Environmental Writing Workshop with Mark Tredinnick
'The Still Point in the Moving World: Writing as a Hearth in Times of Trouble'
Date: Tue 13th Feb 2018 1:00pm-4:00pm
Location: Parramatta FutureCampus
Contact: John C. Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org 6773 1817
This workshop is part of the Two Canaries of Climate Change Conference taking place 14–16 February 2018. The conference marks the 20th anniversary of the Kyoto Protocol, the pioneering international treaty on greenhouse gas emissions to which, in December 1997, 192 nations put their signatures.
The Still Point in the Moving World: Writing as a Hearth in Times of Trouble
Writers of all levels are welcome. The workshop will focus on environmental writing in all genres.
Mark Tredinnick is a highly regarded Australian environmental writer, especially in the genres of poetry and narrative nonfiction. Winner of the Montreal Poetry Prize (2011) and the Cardiff Poetry Prize (2012), he is also the author of The Blue Plateau, Fire Diary, and nine other acclaimed works of poetry and prose. He lives in the highlands southwest of Sydney.
Numbers are limited so booking is essential.