A discussion about storytelling and journalism

The yarn spinners

One of three public panel discussions at the State Library of Western Australia as part of our “Shining a light on the truth” program.

Journalism helps shine a light on injustice and changes our world for the better; but it can also be really bloody entertaining. Hear from some of Australia’s great storytellers and yarn-spinners about the narrative techniques they use to make sure their message resonates with readers, listeners and viewers. From research to sparkling prose, you won’t want to miss this discussion about how to make great stories.

Find out more about our speakers here.

  • Kirsti Melville, documentary producer with ABC RN’s Earshot and The History Listen
  • Helen Pitt, Sydney Morning Herald journalist and 2018 Walkley Book Award-winner for The House
  • Michelle White, journalist, filmmaker & communicator
  • Moderator: Lenore Taylor, editor, Guardian Australia

Venue
State Library of Western Australia
25 Francis Street
Perth, WA, 6000

Date And Time
Saturday, November 2, 2019
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm AWST

Price
$25 for individual session, or purchase a day pass to attend three sessions for $65.

MEAA members recieve a 40% discount.

Book your ticket on Eventbrite here.

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