Peri Watson

Writer

Creative writing - professional results.

Peri Watson is a self-proclaimed 'writer who likes dogs'.

She is an Australian writer based in Perth and has written for the Fringe World and the Perth International Arts Festival. She has been published in the Australian Arts Review and Fringe Feed.

After winning the Katherine Susannah Prichard Young Writer's Award at age ten, she reaffirmed her passion for the arts and began pursuing her lifelong dream of becoming an author. She is currently undergoing a Creative Writing degree at Curtin University.

Amongst being awarded the Roy Grace English Scholarship and the Walter Horeb Literary Award, her achievements include receiving her first piece of hate-mail at 19 and drinking 12 cups of tea a day before a deadline.

Peri is available for freelance work at flexible rates and can be contacted via email at peri.watson@gmail.com. She is interested in reviews, interviews, blog posts, opinion pieces and other creative non-fiction work, as well as copywriting, research and news articles.
Categories
Content Types
Article, Interview, Blog Post
More Information
Curtin University, Bachelor of Arts - Creative Writing Major
Sydney NSW, Australia|English
Publications
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Published Content

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fringefeed.com.au
Article
L’Amour Du Jazz – Jazz, Love, Paris in the 30s With Cathrine Summers and Friends

This review was about an Australian jazz troupe returning to the Fringe Festival with another show centred around Paris in the 30s. This was a voluntary piece and was published online.

February, 10 2018
artsreview.com.au
Article
PIAF: Betroffenheit

This was my first piece for the Perth International Arts Festival. Betroffenheit is an abstract tale of tragedy, loss and disorientation. It was accompanied by intricate movement pieces and eerie soundscapes.

February, 26 2017
fringefeed.com.au
Article
Fringe Feed Review | 6056

6056 was a comedy show in the heart of the CBD, poking fun at the suburb Midland, a run-down, bogan-infested area with a high murder rate and KFC next to a gym.

February, 22 2018
fringefeed.com.au
Article
The Dot

The Dot was an independent theatre experience run by a young troupe. The show explored love, mental illness and general inadequacy, under the guise of five seemingly unrelated stories.

February, 21 2018
fringefeed.com.au
Article
Courtney Act- Under The Covers

Courtney Act's show was a theatrical, musical and comedic experience. The star-studded drag queen accompanies the audience on a hilarious journey through some of the world's most popular songs.

February, 22 2018
artsreview.com.au
Article
Fringe World: They’ve Already Won

They've Already Won is a millennial's journey through nihilism, existentialism and validation. A hilariously heartbreaking take on death, activism and memes.

February, 15 2017
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