Moving memories: writing migration stories with Josephine Taylor

Have you been wanting to record or create your story of migration, but never quite got there? Get inspired and get writing in this enjoyable and practical three part writing program with writer Josephine Taylor.

This writing program is to empower community members to write an account or story of their own or an ancestor’s migration to the Wanneroo region or to capture accounts of life in Wanneroo in the past. The focus will be on family histories and bringing stories to life. Participants will be offered information and examples and learn skills through enjoyable writing exercises. Each workshop will include time dedicated to writing freely, and expert guidance in bringing to life in words participants’ chosen stories.

Josephine Taylor is a writer and editor and an Adjunct Senior Lecturer in Writing at Edith Cowan University. She is a long-time resident in the Wanneroo area, having migrated from England in 1966, and has lived here most of her life since. Josephine teaches, facilitates and judges in literary fiction and creative non-fiction.

Please only book if you can make all 3 sessions, as places are limited.

Event dates

Event Details

4/27 Ocean Keys Boulevard, Cnr Ebb Way & Ocean Keys Boulevard, Clarkson, Western Australia

1.30pm to 4.30pm

Entry fees:
Prebooking required
Attendance limit:
Less than 50
Onsite facilities: