Pullinger, K (2016) Unprintable books - Live live editing! - I wish I knew when I didn't know. In: National Writers Forum, 17 -18 September 2016, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.
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Unprintable books - In this fascinating and valuable masterclass Kate will reflect on the writing process involved in this commercial iteration of her digital writing practice and how it contrasts with the process of writing a ‘traditional’ novel. The session will also talk about the notion of the ‘unprintable book’ and how writers need to innovate in order to ensure literature carves out a space in a world saturated with vibrant visual media.
Live live editing! - Delegates are invited to submit the opening paragraph of your novel to be edited live by a panel of top writers, including Canadian author, Kate Pullinger, the Acorn Foundation Literary Award winner at this years Ockham New Zealand Book Awards, Stephen Daisley, and award winning YA novelist Anna Mackenzie.
I wish I knew when I didn’t know - Four writers reveal what advice they’d wish they’d received at certain moments in their writing lives.
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|Date Deposited:||20 Oct 2016 16:19|
|Last Modified:||22 Nov 2016 16:08|
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