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*IN-PERSON* Claire Varley - Rewriting Our Inner Critic

Writers' Workshop presented by Geelong Regional Libraries

Learn how to 'turn down the volume' on your inner critic and get creative!

A supported ‘self-help pep-talk’ session to help writers (or those too scared to call themselves a writer) overcome self-doubt and the mental roadblocks to putting pen to paper.

The session will cover common myths and barriers that get in the way of creativity, with supported activities to help participants turn down the volume on their inner critic and get creating.

Ticket prices:
$30/$20 for GRLC Members/$10 concession card holders

Book now to avoid disappointment.

REGISTER HERE

  • Geelong Library and Heritage Centre Saturday, 3 September 2022 - 10:30am to 1:30pm

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*IN-PERSON* Australian Poetry Slam Workshop

Dynamic Spoken Word Poetry in Geelong

Not your average writing workshop! With a focus on writing for performance, Australian Poetry Slam (APS) Workshops get participants excited and engaged with the writing process. Each participant will create a new piece of poetry using their own experiences, community and identity as inspiration.

These workshops teach new ways of expressing creative ideas using live performance, writing techniques, and video references.

Content Warning: APS events are for all ages and some content may not be suitable for children.

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Tuesday, 6 September 2022 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Geelong Library and Heritage Centre

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*IN-PERSON* Guenter Sahr & Charles Manila - The Aubade

Writers' Workshop presented by Geelong Regional Libraries

This is a poetry workshop specifically concerned with the non-prescriptive form of the aubade (leave-taking, lament at parting).

After an introduction to the form by way of six poems which trace a brief history of the form and highlight its non-prescriptive nature (a contemporary poem by Charles is included), participants will be encouraged to develop their own aubade poems with support from the facilitators as well from other participants through structured supportive feedback.

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Saturday, 29 October 2022 - 10:30am to 2:30pm
Belmont Library