Workshop: Experimental Writing
Kieron Broadhurst and Eva Bujalka
Pig Melon︎︎︎
Friday November 5, Saturday November 6, and Sunday November 7, 10am–3pm.

This workshop is intended for people who wish to develop or extend a piece of experimental writing. Over the course of this three-day seminar students will be introduced to a variety of experimental writing techniques including idea generation, world building, prose styles, plotting and structure. Additionally, students will be provided with the opportunity to workshop their ideas with a group of their peers. Students can expect to develop skills related to the critical positioning of their work in relation to larger genres and subject matter, to further develop the experimental nature of their creative writing practice, and to leave the workshop with a number of creative frameworks they can continue to apply to their writing practices in the future.

  1. Idea generation, critical intent, and world building (Friday)
  2. Prose style, plotting, and structure (Saturday)
  3. Workshopping, feedback, critical positioning (Sunday)

Enrolments are now closed.

Instructor biographies

Dr Kieron Broadhurst is a multidisciplinary artist who explores the speculative possibilities of fiction within contemporary art practice.
Dr Eva Bujalka is an academic and writer whose research and practice explore the intersection of cultural theory and creative writing.