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‘Navigating Journeys’ 2019 - Writing Workshops for Teens. Sept - October 2019

Helen Tau’au-Filisi and the Mana Mangere Writers Collective present:

‘Navigating Journeys’ 2019 - Writing Workshops for Teens. Sept - October 2019

A continuation of Mana Mangere writers collective series of short stories and poetry collection with guest writers building and extending and invitation to youth via a series of writing workshops at each of the local libraries in Māngere Ōtāhuhu, taught by self published author, editor and teacher Helen Tau’au-Filisi.
On completion of the workshops, members of the Collective will select which written pieces are published in ‘Navigating Journeys’ 2019.

The criteria for the youth writers to be involved in the workshops and publication are; aged between 13 - 19 and to either: live, work or study in Māngere Ōtāhuhu geographical areas. The short stories or poetry submissions that Helen is particularly interested in publishing for the book is around stories or poetry that resonate with the theme of ‘Navigating Journeys’ and will also make people think or reconsider things from varying perspective/s.

If you are interested in joining a workshop, or know someone who might be, please don't hesitate to get in touch with Helen on: helentauaufilisi@gmail.com or visit your local Māngere Ōtāhuhu library.
See the flyer below for for more details and also follow on:
Facebook
Helen’s Website
Helen’s Blog

Learn more about this project under our WHAT’S ON page.

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