Join Mirandi Riwoe, Lucy Neave, Sally Breen and editor Ashley Hay as they explore the art and craft of evoking place in long-form fiction and narrative non-fiction. How does research feed into settings? How do writers bring places near and far – in terms of time as well as geography – to life? And what are the freedoms, the potentials and the responsibilities involved in realising place as a character in long-form work, as opposed to shorter formats?
When: 10–11.15 am, Friday 7 December
Where: G.11 Gold Coast Griffith University Campus
Tickets: $15–18 (program passes also available)