This three-hour masterclass will focus on developing methods for research and building organic forms in narrative (or not?) nonfiction. Though a series of short readings and graduated writing assignments, we will attempt to invent new accounts of the past and possibly, the future. Some of the themes we will pursue include time, memory, objects, design, and speculation. Participants will read and write new work in the session and should be prepared to discuss their process as it relates to the exercises.
Limited spaces: To register, email your name and phone number to email@example.com. For further information contact Julieanna Preston firstname.lastname@example.org or Ingrid Horrocks email@example.com.
How to get there: Te Ara Hihiko/ Block 12 on the Massey Wellington campus is accessed via Wallace Street, Entrance C. Paid parking around Museum Building