Natasha Sholl is a writer and lapsed lawyer based in Melbourne, Australia. Her work has featured in The Guardian, The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, Good Weekend, SBS Voices, Kill Your Darlings, Mamamia and elsewhere. Her first book, Found, Wanting, was published by Ultimo Press in February 2022.
Saturday 17 June, 1:45pm
Find out the must-haves for delivering a great pitch and the pitfalls to avoid. This session will provide the guidance of a publishing industry leader to help whip your pitch into perfect shape.
Wednesday 21 June, 6:30pm
Allow writer, comedian, thought leader, disabled ingenue and sometimes blonde Alastair Baldwin, to break down what it means to create meaningful, unforgettable Television.
Wednesday 21 June, 7pm
In this fluid display of literature, writers will perform in Urdu, Hindi, French, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin, English and Spanish to promise an evening of waterworks.
Friday 23 June, 12:30pm
Hear from writers as they discuss the ins and outs of working with one another, how it informs their practice, and how you can implement it into your own.