Adventurous Writing With & For Young Blokes
AIM: Encouraging adventurous males to write and read about local subjects or aspirations.
Suitable for a Library session or for Year 9-12 or as PD for educators.
1 hour period/session 'behind' YA Fact and Fiction covering how to research, writing hints and why it's worth writing.
Covers co-writing travel adventure memoirs,collaborating on fiction and how to use adventurous 'stuff you know'.
Mother & son co-writing of 'Trail Magic:Going Walkabout for 2184 Miles on the Appalachian Trail' And 'Cycling Solo: Ireland to Istanbul.'
Co-writers on controversial YA fiction 'f2m:the boy within'.
Also includes non-boring writing techniques.
Autographed, participant copies included.
TALK-Adventurous_Blokes.pdf (1.15 MB)
Stay connected with Hazel!
Events & Appearances 2018
1st Fri each month PROV 10-1pm Mentoring & Finishing Book-Length Non Fiction.
April 20th (Fri) Hazelnuts
April 27th Society of Women Writers
May 9th 10.30- Brimbank Early Childhood Educators; Sunshine.
May 18th Ex PRO group.
May 22nd Sackville Grange, Kew 2-3 pm 'Celebrant Sleuth'
June 7th Adelaide: Early Childhood Educators' conference
July 20th Sisters in Crime: Small Town Crime Panel
August 4th 10-1pm Port Phillip Heritage Centre 'Writing a Non Boring Family History or Memoir' workshop
August 9th Thurs 10-1pm Mornington Library 'Writing a Non Boring Family History or Memoir'
September 1st Yarra Glen Workshop Authorpreneurship
October 11th Parkdale Library Writing workshop