Calling Potential Authors - Free Workshop At Griffith City Library

Tuesday, 13 Jul 2021

Calling Potential Authors - Free Workshop At Griffith City Library Griffith City Library is calling on budding authors to participate in an upcoming free Writing Workshop with Caroline Tuohey, on Saturday 24 July from 9.30am – 12.30pm. 

Have you been thinking about writing your first picture book? Got a fantastic idea and need help putting it to paper? Then this workshop is for you! 

Griffith City Library Manager, Karen Tagliapietra said Ms Touhey, a member of the Griffith Riverina Fellowship of Australian Writers, will be walking participants through the ins and outs of writing and publishing picture books. 

“Caroline is a well-established author of picture books, having published several popular books including Climb, Forest Wonder, and Book Goes to Beauty School, along with a large range of short stories and poems,” said Mrs Tagliapietra. 

“She is passionate about literature and is excited to be able to share her experiences and tips and tricks to writing a successful picture book.” 

The workshop is aimed at those 14 years and older, who have a manuscript and want to progress it, or those budding authors who have an idea and need advice on how to translate it to paper. Topics covered at the workshop include:

• Writing the story: Rhyme or prose 
• Networking: How and why it makes a difference 
• How to get a manuscript to final draft, and 
• Finding a Publisher: Working with publishers, the fun bit! 

If you are interested in participating in the workship, please register at wrl.eventbrite.com.au – registrations are essential. Bookings are free. 
 

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