07 May, 6.30 p.m.
In this Q&A session with author Ellena Savage, we’ll explore how personal experience can inform and become research material in memoir. We’ll also discuss the interplay between confession and boundaries, and how to find a balance between the two.
10 June, 8 p.m.
Join us for a live conversation with Ellena Savage as we discuss her debut Blueberries, the writing life, and what life has been like for her recently.
The Q&A will take place live on the WellRead Facebook Page. Be sure to click ‘Going’ so you can be notified when the event starts. We will also post the link directly in this event so you can be sure not to miss it. We will open it up to audience questions at the end which you can post by adding a comment to the live stream.
This is a free event and anyone is welcome to join.
30 July – 26 November
In this Writers Victoria online course, students will develop a body of short nonfiction prose works under the mentorship and supervision of the essayist and academic Ellena Savage. Through careful workshopping and feedback, students will identify the strengths and weaknesses of their short nonfiction prose. In addition to personal draft feedback, Savage will recommend texts for students to study that might provide useful models to learn from, and she will set optional writing exercises for students to engage with in their own time.