Malcolm Hill is the author of 'Plinth', a collection of short stories, and plays 'Exodus from a Collapsed City' & 'Booze City'. He is the co-ordinator of Stories 1001, a community stories project. Stories 1001 received a 2017 Community Grant from the City of Darebin for '1001 Nights in Preston & Reservoir' and recently conducted story workshops at the 2018 Brimbank Writers and Readers Festival.
Malcolm is a qualified Cert IV trainer and assessor, a VIT registered English teacher and an Animateur from the Victorian College of the Arts. He is an experienced community arts facilitator.
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Stories 1001 is open to everyone. If you haven't picked up a pen since high school, or prefer talking to writing; wether you are writing your family memoirs, your first novel or your twentieth short story - everyone is welcome.
Stories 1001 workshops adapt to the people who take part. Stories 1001 draws on the stories that are all around us and examples from myth and literature and contemporary writing.
In a supportive group setting Stories 1001 offers approaches, strategies and examples to get your creative juices flowing