Not every talented writer is suited to life as a solitary scribe. In this interactive workshop, the four authors who are Alice Campion will share their secrets for collaborative success. You will work in teams and learn how to create seamless prose that speaks with one voice. You will also learn how to share ideas, give feedback and manage your work without coming to blows. The Alices will arm you with techniques and strategies they developed while collaboratively writing two novels, including how to avoid pitfalls and embrace the confidence and success that writing genre fiction together can offer.

On receipt of booking, we will ask you to confirm any special requirements, including access needs. While not all rooms in Science House are fully accessible, we are committed to ensuring that all participants can attend all workshops.

With thanks to NYU Sydney.

 

Jane St Vincent Welch (Australian)

After completing a Fine Arts degree and teaching diploma at Sydney University, Jane St Vincent Welch thought she'd be an art teacher. Instead, for the past 25 years she has worked as a freelance documentary editor, specialising in social documentary. Her work has received many awards and screened in Australia and internationally. The films cover a wide range of topics and styles, but finding the best way to tell the story is her central focus.

Denise Tart (Australian)

Denise Tart is a civil celebrant with a background in theatre and event management. She wrote collectively for community and pub theatre through her twenties and performed comedy bus tours in Sydney. Denise owned and ran a leading conference management business for some years, before becoming a celebrant. She continues to write unique and personal ceremonies.

Jenny Crocker (Australian)

Jenny Crocker is one quarter of the composite author Alice Campion. She is a communications manager specialising in behaviour change campaigns for Government and NGOs. She has written non-fiction books and (an aeon ago) comedy for TV and radio and a play, Hellfire, produced on the London Fringe.