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A four degree rise in global temperatures will make our planet almost unrecognisable. How would we cope in such a world?
This session will take a number of trends – resource usage, the biological revolution, economic uncertainties, and development of artificial intelligence (among others) and explore where we are headed.
Are we ready? What can we do to change the way we are going? What other possible futures are there for our species?
This session is often run for English classes, but has been a popular way for schools to address the Sustainability area of the Australian Curriculum across subjects.
A hands on writing workshop. Students will create their own fantasy world which will be the springboard for a thousand stories. Topics: Map making. Why Names are Important in Fantasy. Why History is Useful for Fantasy Writers. Creating Fantasy Characters.
A hands on writing workshop, with down to earth suggestions for improving writing. Topics: Using Dialogue. Eliminating Boring Writing. Finding Ideas. How to Make Your Writing Better.
A step by step examination of the challenges and delights of writing Fantasy. Topics: Creating a Fantasy world. Why a Map? History is the Fantasy Writer’s Best Friend. The importance of imagination.
An entertaining presentation about how I write and the things I’ve learned over more than fifteen years of writing, using the metaphor of The Writer’s Toolkit to examine the approaches, methods and techniques of a professional writer. Topics: Approaches to writing. Tips and tricks to improve writing. How a Professional Writer Writes. An insight into […]