Annie Horner has retired from a long career in education and children’s services. As a teacher she has taught across all age groups as pre-primary, primary and secondary teacher in the United Kingdom as well as in regional and urban Western Australia. At a tertiary level she has worked at ECU and Curtin universities lecturing in teacher education programmes and as a lecturer in childcare programmes at TAFE colleges. She is a proud mum and a doting grandma and recently became a ‘word doctor’ (in the parlance of her four- year old granddaughter). Her creative writing PhD includes a short story collection entitled No-one Was Watching, which is due for publication shortly by Ginninderra Press.


Sessions

Sunday 21st, 4:00pm-5:00pm

Good things come in small parcels

Yvonne Fein, Wesley Robertson and Annie Horner discuss the power of stories to change minds and hearts with Richard Rossiter.
Venue: Centre for Stories
Tickets: $20 Standard | $15 Concession
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