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UWA Publishing at WINTERarts 2017

WINTERarts is BACK for 2017. Held on the University of Western Australia campus, the WINTERarts Festival is all about art, culture, language, thinking big and, essentially, keeping warm. 

 

This year we're contributing two writing masterclasses, held by the editor of Shaping the Fractured Self Heather Taylor Johnson, book launches, a professional development day for WA writers, and a literary high tea.

 

Join the conversation by using the hastag #winterarts17. 

 

For for info and to register:

 

UWAP Professional Development Day for WA Writers: http://bit.ly/2rWBPZz

Shaping the Fractured Self: Poetry of chronic illness and pain (book launch): http://bit.ly/2sgNPSO

The Poetry of Bodily Trauma and how to Contain its Explosion (masterclass): http://bit.ly/2rWGb2H

The Prose of Bodily Trauma and Fiction as Truth / Truth as Fiction (masterclass): http://bit.ly/2rmF1dW

Muse: A Journey through an Art Collection (book launch and exhibition opening): http://bit.ly/2rGS78W

Artwork: WINTERarts 2017 by local Perth artist Anne Barnetson. 

 

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