Long-form Journalism with Anna Krien
This is a rare opportunity to work with Anna Krien, one of Australia’s most respected non-fiction writers. From the fundamentals such as how to identify an original and compelling angle, development, research and interview techniques through to the craft of writing itself, you will emerge from this workshop with the necessary tools to tell your true story. You’ll learn the essentials of feature and long-form journalism, and explore its many guises from reportage to profile writing and memoir. Students will also have the opportunity to develop their own writing through various non-fiction techniques and exercises.
Aimed at early and emerging writers, you don’t have to be a journalist to benefit from this workshop. You’ll receive a comprehensive introduction to the art of non-fiction writing, covering a range of topics and skills including: developing an original idea, research skills, interview techniques, writing and revising, and getting published.
This workshop is part of NT Writers’ Centre’s 2018 Year of True Stories.
Anna Krien is the author of Night Games: Sex, Power and Sport, Into the Woods: The Battle for Tasmania’s Forests and Quarterly Essay 45 Us and Them: On the Importance of Animals and Quarterly Essay 67 The Long Goodbye: Coal, Coral and Australia’s Climate Deadlock. Her work has been published in the Monthly, the Age, the Big Issue, Best Australian Essays, Best Australian Stories, Griffith Review and frankie. In 2014 she won the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award in the UK.