Writing in the digital age with Richard Cooke


Friday, 8 December, 10 am – 4 pm

Every step of the writing process has changed radically in the last 20 years. So have idea generation, research and how a completed piece reaches an audience.  This means writing itself has changed – but how? And how can writers adjust not just their practice but also their thinking to reflect these new realities? There will be plenty of practical advice in this masterclass, but it is best suited to those who want to push towards the next step: innovation, experimentation, and what the future of non-fiction might look like.

 

Richard Cooke is a writer, broadcaster and contributing editor to the Monthly.  

Writing in the digital age with Richard Cooke

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Writing in the digital age with Richard Cooke

295.00

Friday, 8 December, 10 am – 4 pm

Every step of the writing process has changed radically in the last 20 years. So have idea generation, research and how a completed piece reaches an audience.  This means writing itself has changed – but how? And how can writers adjust not just their practice but also their thinking to reflect these new realities? There will be plenty of practical advice in this masterclass, but it is best suited to those who want to push towards the next step: innovation, experimentation, and what the future of non-fiction might look like.

 

Richard Cooke is a writer, broadcaster and contributing editor to the Monthly.  

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Cost per workshop: $295 (incl. GST), lunch included

Address: Level 1, 221 Drummond Street, Carlton, Victoria

 

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