Personal essays can seem deceptively simple but writing from one’s own perspective comes with its own challenges. Join Eda Gunaydin, author of the recently released and critically acclaimed collection of personal essays, Root & Branch: Essays on Inheritance for this night time workshop all about crafting essays. Whether you’re assembling an essay collection or writing pieces for individual publication, learn how to plan, craft, and publish the pieces closest to you.
Please note: Fiona Wright is no longer able to host this workshop. Turkish-Australian writer and researcher Eda Gunaydin takes her place to present this workshop.
The Writers Night School is held in The Wheeler Centre, Workshop Space. Situated on level 4 via lift access or stairway.
There is limited on-street and accessible parking in Little Lonsdale Street. The nearest commercial car park is at QV, which has an entrance on Little Lonsdale Street.
Nearby Public Transport including Tram, bus and Melbourne Central train line station.
The footpaths on Little Lonsdale Street are quite narrow, and are on a slight slope, but are flat and well-surfaced
This venue has an all accessible entry including a front entry ramp and access to lifts. Access to the Workshop is accessed via lift and stairway. Staff will be available to escort and assist patrons as the event is occurring after opening hours.
Gender neutral and accessible toilets in the foyer space. Features a change table.
Relaxation Area is available on level 3 and in the foyer space.
More information: available via The Wheeler Centre’s Access page