Whether you are just thinking about or are interested in writing or you are an established writer, let’s share a space of creativity and connection!
Bring an idea, a draft, or just yourself! No cost, and lunch and goody bag provided.
This event is proudly funded by Mona Women’s Magazine.
Mona is a new community-focused, literary magazine for women who live in or hail from regional, rural and remote communities in Australia. Mona believes in the fundamental truth of Feminism; that all people have the right to express and experience their full humanity, regardless of their gender. We believe in the transformative power of storytelling as a tool for social change. We strive to give women the space to tell their stories, in their words.
Dr Meaghan Katrak Harris is a social worker, academic, consultant and writer. She has a long and diverse social work background and works across a range of social justice projects within the private and public sectors and the arts. Meaghan’s first work of creative nonfiction, Memories and Elephants: The Art of Casual Racism was released in December 2021, receiving excellent reviews. Arts Mildura have commissioned Memories and Elephants for a theatre adaptation, and Meaghan is currently working with a creative team for an April 2023 launch. Currently under development is an historical fiction screenplay titled Two Mile to Town, set in small town Australia in the late 1960’s which Meaghan co-wrote.