Whether a life appears relatively normal, there is bound to be something fascinating underneath. Join memoirist Eileen Naseby as she demonstrates a new technique to plot the emotional complexities of family relationships. Develop the initial structure for your memoir project, and learn memorable tips for writing characters and scenes to create compelling narrative.
Supported by Pantera Press.
Duration: 6.5 hours Maximum capacity: 16 participants
Eileen Naseby (Australian)
Eileen Naseby was born in Haifa, raised in England and emigrated to Australia at the age of 10, growing up in rural Queensland. In 2004 she produced the series Australian Memories in Black and White based on the Cinesound-Movietone Newsreels, which she had managed for 20 years. Murdoch Books published Eileen’s memoir of her mother, Ursula – A Voyage of Love and Danger in 2006. Eileen has been running her Skeletons & Dirty Linen memoir-writing workshops since 2008.