The internet, computers and ebooks now infuse every part of reading and writing. In this practical workshop with Richard Cooke (US Correspondent and Contributing Editor, The Monthly), learn how to adjust your practice – and your thinking – to reflect this new reality and find success in the digital age of literature. With a focus on innovation, experimentation and the future of non-fiction, this workshop is best suited to writers looking for a new challenge.
This year, Sydney Writers' Festival is sponsoring one place per workshop (20 spots across the week) for writers who otherwise may not have the access to participate. To be considered for a position, please complete an application form by 12 April. Selected participants will be notified by email from the week starting 15 April.
Richard Cooke (Australian)
Richard Cooke is The Monthly’s US correspondent, and contributing editor to the magazine. His writing has appeared in the Best Australian Essays, The Guardian, The Saturday Paper, The Sunday Times, Australian Foreign Affairs, and many other publications. He is also a writer for television and radio, and a former creative contributor to the Chaser team. In 2018 he was the Mumbrella Publish Award Columnist of the Year, and finalist in the Walkley-Pascall Award for arts criticism.