Apr 6, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Centre for Stories
Writing what matters can be as simple as looking to the heart of the matter – the way material things, objects, art, touch us as we touch them. Matter matters. Your writing material starts with the material itself. This workshop is aimed at anyone interested in writing about the texture, tone, taste and touch of things to get to the heart of the matter.
Join us on Saturday 6 April from 1.00pm for a three hour workshop with Sarah Rice. Positions are strictly limited.
Sarah’s book, Fingertip of the Tongue, will be available for purchase on the day for $22.99. Please bring cash if you would like to purchase a copy.
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Sarah Rice is a poet/writer interested in the intersection between poetry, philosophy and art. Her poetry collection Fingertip of the Tongue (UWAP) was recently shortlisted in the ACT Publishing Awards and her work has been published extensively. Sarah won the Ron Pretty and Bruce Dawe, and co-won the Writing Ventures, and Gwen Harwood poetry prizes, and been shortlisted in numerous writing awards.
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