Dianne Wolfer: Anthropomorphism Writing Workshop

   November 9, 2021
   Margaret River Library
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In this interactive session, Dianne Wolfer will share practical tips about writing from diverse animal viewpoints. If you love Animal Farm, Call of the Wild, The Art of Racing in the Rain, Black Beauty or Pig the Pug, this workshop is for you. Come along and find out more about writing in this genre.

Dianne has always loved animal stories. She explored this passion via doctoral research into anthropomorphism in Australian children’s literature. As part of this study, Dianne wrote two award-winning titles; The Shark Caller and The Dog With Seven Names. Both books are Children’s Book Council of Australia Notables with the latter winning the Speech Pathology Award, shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Awards and now published in Chinese. The former is contracted for film.

For further information about anthropomorphism in literature go to Dianne’s website:  animalswhotalk.com

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