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    Writing History Workshop with Rebecca Wilson

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    Writing History Workshop with Rebecca Wilson - author of Kate Kelly: the True Story of Ned Kelly's Little Sister

    Inspired by real life? Take the next step to shaping the stories around you into the written word. In this workshop you will gain practical tips for developing a literary project based on historic sources and stories.

    Writer and artist Rebecca Wilson shares insight into her process for crafting the biography of Kate Kelly, where she draws from local stories to build  upon one of Australia’s most resonant historic narratives. 

    Enquiries:  or call (02) 47825674. 

    Varuna Regional Workshops Program 2021 (Lithgow and Bathurst)

    Discover a new approach to your craft and practice, with our series of half-day writing workshops. Facilitated by accomplished Australian authors, each workshop offers insight into your creative process and practical approaches to your work. There will be an opportunity to gain feedback on existing work as well as to generate new ideas. 

    About Rebecca Wilson

    Artist and author Rebecca Wilson grew up in Forbes NSW, and is based in Hill End. She has taught and toured her work throughout Australia and internationally. Her book Kate Kelly: the True Story of Ned Kelly's Little Sister is published this year by Allen and Unwin.

    This event is presented by Varuna the National Writers' House, and is funded by Create NSW.

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