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The Writing Practice

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About the Course

Whether you want to master description, find your unique voice or get to grips with structure, good writing depends on regular practice. The course is made up of a mix of inspiring ideas and practical exercises, suitable for beginners as well as those with experience. A boot camp for wordsmiths, it will help you build useful habits and keep the momentum, whatever your style or genre.

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STUDENT TESTIMONIALS

"Mary Lynn put all class members at ease & encouraged participation and was positive about individual's input."
"Mary was a very engaging teacher. I learned heaps and my enthusiasm has increased." Celia
"It encouraged me to start writing and gave me ways to achieve this." Michael
"Mary Lynn was very knowledgeable & open to work with input & views of class." Ruth
"Practical, well structured, very knowledgeable presenter." Robert
"Very interesting readings and group discussion." Debbie

About your tutor:
Mary Lynn Mather has worked as a feature writer and an arts journalist, taught media and English at both the university and school levels, and publicised festivals, education programs and a gallery. Most recently, she has written a novel as the research component of a PhD in Creative Writing at the University of Adelaide.



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