Strange and difficult times we find ourselves in. Social isolation is going to be necessary – and hard. It is already impacting on my teaching, hosting and singing activities
As a result of COVID-19 my forthcoming ‘Wrangling Your Shyness’ workshop in Sydney has been postponed.
At this stage the Melbourne workshop is still scheduled to go ahead in mid-May but i will keep you updated. Ditto with my School Of Life ‘Writing as Therapy’ course beginning mid-April.
I am hoping my next RMIT ‘Feature Writing’ short course will still go ahead, either in person or online.
All my singing activities and concerts have been postponed for now.
And all meetings with my mentoring students will take place online for the next little while.
I will let you know as soon as i know whether my forthcoming public author interviews will go ahead as planned.
My Sunday Age monthly columns will continue – the next one will be published on March 22nd in the ‘M’ lift-out. I also have a short personal essay coming out soon in The Big Issue.
I am planning to hunker down for the next few months and work on my second memoir, due to be published by Text Publishing in 2021.
Sending my best wishes to everyone. Look after yourselves. Read some good books.
This too will pass. xx