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Voice & Vision

Bringing Your Writing and Characters to Life

A masterclass with acclaimed author Dr Kathryn Heyman

Join Kathryn Heyman for a free online one-hour workshop which will explore finding your voice, discovering a form for your ideas, tuning into your own instinct and more. 


Bring a pen and paper and the willingness to show up for your own creative vision. 


Voice & Vision Masterclass with

Dr Kathryn Heyman 

Date: Tuesday 13th February 2024

Time: 7.30pm - 8.30pm Sydney time AEST

Location: Online via zoom

Event details


For writers of fiction and non-fiction, this free one-hour masterclass will help you find joy and freedom in your writing. Using unique methods developed over many years, acclaimed writer and mentor Kathryn Heyman will help you develop new techniques, find character voice and the voice for your novel or memoir. You will finish the hour with a stronger sense of your writerly voice and vision, a deeper understanding of your characters and a toolkit of techniques to carry into your writing.

You will learn:

  • how to discover, deepen, and develop your writing voice

  • the right questions to ask of a creative project

  • how to break writerly habits (and find new ones) and discover a new voice

  • how to develop character voice

  • techniques to marry form and content, so that the voice you write in is the truest one for your project

About Kathryn Heyman

Hon. Professor Kathryn Heyman 's seventh book, the memoir Fury, was nominated for the international Folio Prize, shortlisted for the Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature, and won the Copyright Agency Author Fellowship. Fury is currently in development as a feature film. Alongside her publishing career, she has written dramas for stage and radio. Her dramas for the BBC include adaptations of her own novels. Her previous work has won the Wingate, Southern Arts and Arts Council of England Writing Awards in the UK and been nominated for awards including the Edinburgh Critics Awards, Scottish Writer of the Year, the Orange Prize (now the Women's Prize), the Kibble Prize and the West Australian Premier’s Literary Awards. Kathryn is also the director of the Australian Writers Mentoring Program and has helped many writers on their path to creation.

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