Australia Writers Workship with Indigenous author Tony Birch : ''The Narratives of Climate Change''
You will learn
- how to write and talk about climate change
- the value of producing a range of strategies to communicate ideas of climate change
- the range of creative mechanisms utilised globally to communicate ideas of climate change
- about the vital role played by creative writers within the area
- an awareness of the knowledge held in particular communities – most importantly, Indigenous communities – in addressing climate change
About Tony BirchTony Birch is the author of five books: ‘Shadowboxing’, ‘Father’s Day’, ‘Blood’, ‘The Promise’, and ‘Ghost River’. He is currently the Bruce McGuinness Research Fellow in the Moondani Balluk Academic Centre at Victoria University. His research is concerned with Climate Change and Indigenous knowledge.
Climate and EnvironmentRead more about workshops on climate and environment writing:
The Narratives of Climate Change, 25 January
Writing the end of the world, 17 January
Environmental Non-Fiction, 12 January