Our current series of workshops has ended. Please contact me if you'd like to hear when our next series begins.


Workshops
find your way

A day 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

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Cath Crowley, far left, Buninyong workshop

Cath Crowley, far left, Buninyong workshop

feedback buninyong and mornington

'Special thanks to Alison Arnold and Cath Crowley for a fabulous 'Replenish' writing workshop yesterday.'

'I went away VERY inspired and have already put some of your tips into practice.'

'I highly recommend it. It was a great and inspiring day. Left with with some writing games and tricks to help me along with nanowrmo.'

‘Very friendly, welcoming atmosphere. Nice flowers. Dual hosting for opinions, expertise and what works.’

‘Great value. Well done—
you were both fantastic.’

'I highly recommend it.
I had a great time.'

‘Pitched to ‘serious’ writers, a higher level than what is offered at
Writers Vic.’

‘Thank you so much for organising. This has been just what I needed to get back into writing.’

‘Amazing! Thanks for the nurturing!’

‘Some great writing activities for getting out of the rut and moving away from cliches. Very inspiring.
Loved it all.’ 

 

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One of my favourite lines of all time. 'The wind is a live, starving thing.' Maggie Stiefvater

One of my favourite lines of all time. 'The wind is a live, starving thing.' Maggie Stiefvater

Me, far right, with three talented writers from the Mornington Peninsula

Me, far right, with three talented writers from the Mornington Peninsula