Marisa Garreffa began as a playwright, so she knows how to nail a character and set a scene. Drawn to a poetic turn of phrase, she captures the spirit of her subject matter, served with a splash of dry Australian humour. High-end content and page-turning stories that reveal the magic of people.

As an editor and ghost writer, she can help you find your voice and tell your story. With a special love of memoir, artists, and local history, she will guide you in sharing your story with honesty and depth. Choose from editing packages, one-on-one coaching, and group workshops designed to unlock creativity from your body, clarify your voice, and develop the skills you need to share your story live or on the page.

The founder of Tasso Hostel's Open Mic and Pulpit Open Mic, Marisa creates spaces to foster the talent of writers and storytellers. She is an educator who presents diverse programs to support mental health, and explores the intersection between creative practice, processing trauma, and owning our story as an act of recovery and resistance. A professional live storyteller and performance artist, her work has been performed throughout Asia, Australia, and Europe. Find her writing on Medium.

 

Image copyright: Gildardo Gallo Photography

Image copyright: Gildardo Gallo Photography