Sarah Walker is a writer, artist and photographed based in Naarm/Melbourne. She makes work about anxiety, control and intimacy, and uses humour and expanded narrative forms to unpack tricky feelings around death and disaster. Her essay collection The First Time I Thought I Was Dying was published by UQP and won the 2021 Quentin Bryce Award.
Thursday 15 June, 5:30pm
From making friends to finding workflow, each session is a deep dive into the different aspects of forging an expansive practice. It all takes place in the cosy winter evening ambiance of Coburg Library.
Thursday 22 June, 6:30PM
Join Paige Clark, author of the acclaimed short story collection She Is Haunted, to learn about the tenants of satisfying, memorable short story writing, from scope, pace, imagery and character.