Tash Turgoose

Tash Turgoose is an author, illustrator and blogger based on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia. Her debut book, Makeshift Galaxy was released in January 2018, for which she acted as author, illustrator and designer. She also worked on creating imagery for children’s book The Monster Apprentice, and is a featured writer and artist in the upcoming Murder in the Mail experience. Tash has a Bachelor of Creative Writing from USC, where she is currently undertaking her Honours degree, as well as studying Egyptology via distance.

 

 

 

From Manuscript to Published Author with USC!

Emily Larkin and Tash Turgoose with their lecturer, Dr Ross Watkins, will discuss how USC can provide skills and knowledge to become a

published author.

 

The Hidden Power of Books

When did we forget that books can be more than text on a page? Learn how the way we move a book, turn a page, colour text or leave space can say just as much as the words in between. (Students will take away a rough draft of a picture book idea, based on a childhood memory)

 

Turning Your Idols Into Rivals — How Social Media Can Help You Get Your Start in Publishing

So you want to be the next J. K. Rowling, Stephen King or John Green? Discover how social media and blogging can set you on the path to your dreams!

 

Unlocking the Third Narrative

There are words, and there are pictures... but what about the story in between? Learn how  you can use this space to create a powerful story that's different for every reader.

Appearing in:

 

Thursday 19 July

9.15am-10.15am

The Hidden Power of Books

 

12.00pm-12.45pm

From Manuscript to Published Author with USC!

 

1.15pm-2.00pm

Unlocking the Third Narrative

 

Friday 20 July

10.30am-11.15am

Turning Your Idols Into Rivals — How Social Media Can Help You Get Your Start in Publishing

 

12.00pm-12.45pm

From Manuscript to Published Author with USC!

 

1.15pm-2.15pm

The Hidden Power of Books

 

PO Box 5025  MAROOCHYDORE  BC  QLD  4558