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    Queer Writing Workshop with Dr. Inga Simpson

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    Queerobodalla 2024 is holding a Queer Writing Workshop on Sunday, June 30th, led by Dr. Inga Simpson!

    Dive into a half-day of immersive writing exploration, tailored for queer writers like you. This intimate workshop, limited to 12 participants, promises a blend of tuition, practical writing exercises, and inspiring examples of queer literature. Together, we'll navigate the complexities of crafting authentic queer characters within today's publishing landscape.

    Whether you're a seasoned wordsmith or just starting your literary journey, this workshop welcomes writers of all levels and genres, spanning both fiction and non-fiction.

    Please bring: something to write with and paper to write on (no laptops please).

    Your Tutor:

    Inga Simpson is the author of eight books, including acclaimed works such as "Where the Trees Were" and "The Last Woman in the World."  Inga’s books have all been short and longlisted for numerous awards, including the Stella Prize and the Miles Franklin. Her most recent novel, Willowman, was selected by Australia’s leading booksellers in BookPeople’s 100 Must-Read Australian Novels. With dual PhDs in creative writing and English literature, Dr. Inga Simpson has spent over sixteen years nurturing the talents of aspiring writers through workshops and retreats.

    Book in for this exclusive Queerobodalla 2024 opportunity to hone your craft and connect with fellow queer writers in a supportive and enriching environment. Reserve your spot today!

    Sunday 30th June

    9:30 AM  - 12:30 PM

    Moruya Girl Guides Hall // 13 Evans St, Moruya (next to Gundary Park) 

    Supported by Headland Writers Festival and South East Arts

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