The capacity to transform your writing to be able to express other voices from a world foreign to your own is essential to expand your skills as a writer.
This workshop at Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers' Centre in Greenmount is a facilitated co-learning process focusing on transformational techniques for the creation of authentic and diverse voices in prose.
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About the Facilitator
Tineke Van der Eecken is an artist and the Belgian-born Fremantle author of Café d’Afrique, a memoir/travelogue set in Africa, where Tineke lived and worked for a good part of her life. Café d’Afrique is a non-fiction account of her establishment of a small business in Zambia as a young woman. Tineke writes and performs poetry, including multilingual poetry, and is a co-organiser of Poetry d'Amour, an annual love poetry event in Perth. She was shortlisted for the 2016 City of Fremantle TAG Hungerford Award, and has won the Festival Choice Award at the 2011 Ubud Readers and Writers Festival Poetry Slam, and the 2011 Karen W Treanor Poetry Award.