As part of the Brimbank Writers & Readers Festival (17–26 June 2021), VU academics are hosting a workshop on how to get your writing recognised and published.
The Brimbank Writers & Readers Festival is an annual event that encourages a love of reading and literature, celebrates creativity and diversity, and promotes lifelong learning. The festival runs for 10 days and is packed with workshops, author talks, panel discussions, writing, storytelling and more.
VU academics Natalie Kon-Yu, Enza Gandolfo and Sherryl Clark will be hosting a workshop on how to get your work published.
Date: Thursday 24 June 2021
Browse the program, get more info and book via the Festival website.
Register your attendance
Bookings are essential to attend the workshop. You can register as an individual or group.
About the facilitators
Natalie Kon-Yu is a writer and academic at Victoria University. She is a commissioning editor of three books about women’s untold stories, and her non-fiction book 'A Delicate Condition' will be published by Affirm Press in 2022.
Enza Gandolfo is a Melbourne writer and author of two novels, 'Swimming' and 'The Bridge'.
Sherryl Clark has published more than 70 children’s and young adult books as well as two crime novels for adult readers. She is currently working as a full-time writer, editor and manuscript assessor.