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Masterclass: Malcolm Knox on Non-fiction
Code: W6  |  Type: Workshops   |  Genres: Publishing Industry, Fiction,
Monday, May 14 2012 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM Ticketed: $210/$200
State Library of NSW, Jean Garling Room, Level 1, Mitchell Wing, Macquarie Street, Sydney Venue & Transport Info
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Join Malcolm Knox for an exclusive Masterclass in non-fiction writing. This unique opportunity is open to unpublished authors seeking personalised feedback on their manuscript. Receive practical advice on how to improve your writing ready for publication.

Participation in the Masterclass program is by application only. Class size is strictly limited to 12 participants. Applicants are asked to submit the first 15 pages of their manuscript along with a brief overview of what they would like to take from the class, including three important questions they would like Malcolm to address during the session.

Applications have closed. Successful applicants will then be contacted and offered a place in the class.

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Presented in association with the NSW Writers’ Centre. Supported by Pantera Press.

Duration: 6.5 hours
Maximum capacity: 12 participants

Malcolm Knox (Australian)

Malcolm Knox is the author of 13 books, eight of which are non-fiction, covering subjects as diverse as sport, the criminal jury system, illicit drugs and Australian history. As a journalist he has twice won Walkley Awards, won a Human Rights Award and was runner-up in the Graham Perkin Award for Australian Journalist of the Year. He has worked for The Sydney Morning Herald since 1994, as well as contributing to publications in Australia and overseas. He lives in Sydney.

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