WRITING WORKSHOPS AND AUTHOR TALKS

Writing Workshop Topics 

Contact me via the website or through Booked Out to talk about a residency, creative writing class or speech. 

Topics include:

  • Character
  • Short Story 
  • Language 
  • Structure/Plot
  • Editing 
  • Inspiration - getting started and getting unstuck
  • The Writer's Life 

Previous clients include - Melbourne Writers Festival, Somerset Festival, Voices on the Coast Festival, Williamstown Literary Festival, Whitsunday Voices Youth Literature Festival, The Literature Centre in Western Australia, The Centre for Youth Literature (State Library of Victoria), Genazzano FJC College, Sacred Heart College Newton, St Margaret’s College Berwick, Loreto College Ballarat, St Hilda’s College Western Australia, Derby High School Western Australia, Geelong Grammar, Lowther Hall Essendon.

Praise

'I just wanted to let you know that your Graffiti Moon continues to be in our popular listing of fiction titles– and I still receive congratulations and well done’s on how fantastic you were with the girls at assembly.' K. Paterson, Library Services Leader, Star of the Sea College, May 2016

'Cath’s presentation was fantastic. Cath has a wonderful way of captivating and inspiring her audience. (We) would definitely have Cath back again.' K. Gilbert & S. Barnard, Maribyrnong Library Service, November 2014

'Cath’s passion for writing is so infectious – certainly some of the best feedback we’ve had on a speaker.' K. Wilmot, Youth Events Officer, City of Casey, November 2012


WordHouse Workshops - Find Your Way

 

Book a writing workshop with award-winning author Cath Crowley and The Rosie Project editor Alison Arnold.

We will help you find your way (or find your way back) to your writing project through a series of
writing exercises and conversations about creativity, getting unstuck, and the writer’s life.

• Connect with other writers (published and emerging)
• Hone your craft through exercises that compel you to think and write differently
• Eat a delicious morning and afternoon tea
• Access the different working styles and knowledge bases of two practitioners.

Bring: Whatever you like to write on and with, ie, paper & pen, laptop & charger.

Provided: Morning and afternoon tea. (Please let us know of any dietary requirements.) Tea and coffee.

‘Creative workshop from the dream-team. Treat yourself
to some inspiration, nurturing, and practical industry know-how.’
Fiona Wood