Paul Auster wrote that ‘the truth of the story lies in the details’, but if you’re writing about a subject you don’t know intimately, how do you find those authentic details? In this workshop, author Eleanor Limprecht explores research tools that can help you improve your writing by discovering the detail. Unlock practical information about available resources and how to access them, and learn about topics such as how to organise your research, the ethics of research and how much research is enough.

Eleanor Limprecht (Australian)

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Eleanor Limprecht is the author of three novels: The Passengers, Long Bay and What Was Left. The Passengers is the story of an Australian war bride who marries an American GI during World War II and travels to the US on one of the 'bride ships' in 1946. Eleanor also writes short fiction, book reviews and essays which have been published in various places, including Best Australian Stories. When not writing she teaches as a casual academic at UTS.