Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Writing at the Centre – Fremantle Arts Centre

Poetry classes are run by Shane McCauley alternative Fridays to the Prose class. The class concentrates on the form, enabling new, emerging, or published poets to enhance their poetic writing skills, knowledge and technique.

Prose classes are run by Helen Hagemann who guides writers through a broad range of literary techniques and forms, including prose poetry, creative non-fiction, memoir and life writing. The class generally looks at the short story form which enables writers to learn the basics of style, narrative structure, characterization, plot, dialogue, exploring life experience, editing, etc. and how to employ these through writing exercises.

Why not come along, join in the fun, each Friday from 10.00am to noon. We encourage writers of all ages, $20.00 OOTA member; $15 Conc OOTA, $25 non-member. Have lunch under the trees with the Out of The Asylum writers in the gothic atmosphere of the Fremantle Arts Centre, where even Edgar Allan Poe would feel comfortable. For a .pdf class brochure contact Helen -hagemannDOThelenATgmailDOTcom or to join the class as an OOTA writer contact Jo Clarke ootawritersATgmailDOTcom.

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