Kirsty is the award-winning author of four Young Adult novels. She is currently writing the screenplay for the movie adaptation of Raw Blue.
Kirsty works with stories, telling her own, and helping others tell theirs. Each year, she speaks to thousands of students, inspiring them to create, not just consume.
She sees storytelling as an essential life skill, a powerful force for connection and change, improving empathy and creative thinking.
She believes storytelling is best learned by doing.
With that in mind, Kirsty is sharing her knowledge in step-by-step online courses based on her ten years of experience teaching story.
They are fun, fast, and get results.
For students who want to write stories
write here, write now, online
(NSW Creative Kids Provider)
1. Select your workout
Write a story with a character or scene-based approach - both build your writing skills.
No staring at a blank page - you'll be writing within a minute. Learn by doing, step-by-step, in one session.
Use words with purpose. Think like a reader, read like an editor, and hand in a story, not an idea.
Be a better storyteller
Next intake launching:
September school holidays 2020
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