Saturday 28th April 2018 1:30pm-4:30pm
Learn how to write culturally authentic characters, in their own voices, in this workshop by award winning author Rashida Murphy. Join Rashida as she speaks about social justice in storytelling and helps you craft stories about encounters with ‘others’ while acknowledging the challenges of diversity and discrimination.
Rashida Murphy has published her short fiction and poetry in various international literary journals and anthologies, including the Westerly, Open Road Review and Veils Halos and Shackles. Her debut novel, The Historian’s Daughter was shortlisted in the Scottish Dundee International Book Prize in 2015 and is available now from UWA Publishing. In 2016 she was a guest editor at the Westerly and is on the editorial board at Café Dissensus. Rashida has a Masters in English Literature and a PhD in Writing from Edith Cowan University. In 2016 she was the joint winner of the Magdalena Prize for feminist research for her thesis which includes the novel The Historian’s Daughter. She has judged several literary competitions and was a writer-in-residence at KSP Writers Centre in 2017.
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Directions to the Centre: From Lakeside Drive to Deakin Road, enter Car Park 14. There is a visitors parking area, near the Gymnasium and Child Care Centre. Parking is free over weekends.
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