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    Write in your place - a two day nature writing workshop


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    Write in your place – a nature writing workshop with Sarah Drummond and Yann Toussaint

    How can the landscape become a “character” in our writing? How can our writing bear witness to the changing environment around us? And how can nature journaling help us learn to see nature – and our place in it -  more clearly?

    In this workshop, designed for aspiring and experienced writers alike, novelist Sarah Drummond and poet Yann Toussaint will guide you through a series of mini-lectures, creative tasks and site visits as we explore nature writing as an emerging literary form over two days.

    These workshops are designed for adults and will run over two days, Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd of June. Preference will be given to City of Bayswater Residents but all interested writers are encouraged to register. See details below:

    Date and Time:
    Session 1: Saturday 22nd June, 1:00 pm -4:30 pm
    Session 2: Sunday 23rd June, 9:30pm - 2:00 pm

    Please book early to be sent pre course reading ahead of time.

    Write in your place is hosted by Enviro House thanks to a Better Bayswater Grant from the City of Bayswater.  

    About your facilitators

    Sarah Drummond is a novelist, historian and creative non-fiction author who grew up in a whaling town on the south coast of Western Australia. Her books The Sound and Salt Story: Of Sea Dogs and fisherwomen are published by Fremantle Press.

    

    Yann Toussaint is a sustainability educator, anthropologist and poet who divides his time between Bayswater and Albany. His poetry collection The Tercel Bird is published by Hallowell Press.

    


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