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2017 KSP Scribe Tribe

2017 KSP Scribe Tribe
KSP Scribe Tribe: A Creative Hub for Tomorrow's Authors Tribe Leader: Rosanne Dingli. Award-winning Western Australian novelist Rosanne Dingli has authored four novels, six collections of short stories, and a book of collected poems. After working with Australian and international traditional publishers since 1991, Rosanne became a hybrid author after independently releasing her out-of-print books in 2009. Rosanne has gone on to add manuscript assessment, typesetting, formatting, and design services to editing for other authors. She has worked as a teacher, lecturer, workshop coordinator, magazine and corporate editor, travel consultant, cook, manuscript assessor, heraldic artist and business partner. Rosanne is passionate about helping young writers to 'fly', and this is her goal as the 2017 Scribe Tribe Tutor. Meets: Every Wednesday 4.00pm – 5.30pm (in term time only), for ages 10-16. Younger writers have the option of finishing at 5pm, with the final half hour being dedicated to free writing and access to feedback and advice on work-in-progress. **Free First Session Trial** No need to book, just come along and give it a go. Parents are welcome to have a cuppa on the verandah or take a seat in the KSP library while waiting. BYO: Notebook and pen/pencil, or laptop, tablet and USB Costs: Casual Costs (in cash on the day): .00 Members/.00 Non-Members  Discounted Full Term Fee: 0 Members/0 Non-Members (10 sessions per term) Please enrol your child prior to the first day of term. ​ Tribe Features Term themes and interactive games, lessons on self-esteem and inventiveness, insights into publishing as well as writing across all forms, special guest author visits, end-of-term certificates and performance party for all Scribes, a medallion award each term for one special Scribe, selected Scribe of the Month publication on KSP blog, big anthology book launch party at the end of 2017 to showcase the years' work with everyone receiving copies! More About the Tribe FYI, this is NOT a school room! These regular recreational groups are for kids who love or want to explore the amazing world of creative writing and publishing without the pressure of grades! These sessions will help  budding young writers to develop their skills and meet like-minded friends their own age. They will find themselves engaging in interactive workshops and lively discussions on everything from books, authors, genres, publishing, self-esteem,  turning imagination into inventiveness, the wider world, and, of course, writing technique. The sessions, guided by an experienced and caring facilitator (who happens to be an awarded and multi-published author herself!), also focus on the work-shopping of individual works-in-progress, where applicable. Everyone is encouraged to engage in readings and friendly critiquing to help one another improve plot lines, dialogue and characters – and in doing this, the students gain confidence in their writing and improve their public speaking and performance skills. The young writers are also visited by occasional special guest authors who provide unique workshops. A highlight of this unique youth program is the end-of-year publication of an annual KSP anthology that features the best works from all students throughout the year – and everyone receives a complimentary copy. Young writers are involved in the editing , design and typesetting process and will help to choose a name for the anthology. There is nothing quite like seeing your name in print! This project has been funded by the Western Australian Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts.

at KSP Writers’ Centre
11 Old York Road
Perth, Australia

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