Wednesday, 31 August 2016


MEDIA RELEASE
September is offering up a smorgasbord of literary events in the Eurobodalla. The Moruya Library is recreating the literary experience of a bygone era. Writers, readers, and audience will come together to share their love of style and the written word. Wear your Sunday best and enjoy a an elegant spread in a twilight event of original readings by local writers. Thursday 1 September, and Thursday 15 September, from 5.30pm at the Moruya Library. Come join Eurobodalla Writers Group members for this free event! Contact Moruya Library on 4474 1333 to secure your place. Refreshments are provided.

Debbie Richardson, a local author of young adult fiction, is running her popular ‘Rockin’ the Edits’ workshop for the Eurobodalla Writers Group on Wednesday September 7. This workshop uses song lyrics to analyse and imagine character motivations as drivers for narrative arc. Debbie has presented this workshop to writers in the ACT and far south coast with enthusiastic reviews. She also shared these tips with writers at a recent retreat held in Tathra. For details and to book your place for this workshop please contact Rosie on 0437627756.

And for book lovers, Eurobodalla local writers will be appearing in a panel session at the Batemans Bay Writers Festival. Join five authors as they talk about, and read from, their latest works at this writers and readers festival, now in its third year and attracting readers from all over NSW. Tickets are on sale now and the festival which runs from Friday 9 to Sunday 11 September and will be held at the CoachHouse Marina Resort. Check out the website www.batemansbaywritersfestival.com or call 0417 267 771.


 


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