How to tell stories that will be heard with The Dressmaker’s Rosalie Ham
Positive stories about rural and regional communities can change outdated perceptions of ‘the bush’. They are needed to encourage population growth and investment necessary to secure the future of rural towns, and help larger communities thrive. However, gaining exposure in the cities is becoming increasingly difficult.
Join Rosalie Ham, author of the best-selling Australian novel, The Dressmaker, for a discussion on how regional and rural communities can make themselves heard.
Recorded at the Rural Press Club of Victoria May 18, 2016