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February 25th, 2020 | Blog, Latest, Life Writing/Memoir, Workshops

Dr Lee Kofman is a Russian-born, Israeli-Australian novelist, short story writer, essayist, memoirist and former academic based in Melbourne. Lee is the author of three fiction books and two memoirs: Imperfect, which was shortlisted for Nib Literary Award 2019, and The Dangerous Bride, co-editor of Rebellious Daughters, and editor of […]

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February 12th, 2018 | Latest, Life Writing/Memoir, News, Perfecting the craft, Workshops, Writers SA news | Tags:

              Back by popular demand, our scintillating series of Adelaide Writers’ Week masterclasses returns in March. Hosted by revered international authors, this is your chance to learn from the world’s finest writers, right here in Adelaide. Join copyright renegade Cory Doctorow for a fiction masterclass on […]

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November 30th, 2017 | Latest, Life Writing/Memoir, News, SAWC news, Writers SA news | Tags:

We’re delighted to finally reveal that SA Writers Centre is now Writers SA. To complement our new name – and our new home in the Institute Building – we have a new look, new partners and venues, and a refreshed purpose. So what better time to launch our Summer 2018 […]

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October 9th, 2014 | Blog, Life Writing/Memoir | Tags:

By Vanessa Jones Do you want to write your memoir or life story but don’t know where to start? In September, thanks to Australia Council for the Arts, we were fortunate enough to have Benjamin Law teach a Writing Memoir masterclass. Here are some valuable words of advice on how […]

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November 14th, 2013 | Blog, Guest posts, Insights, Life Writing/Memoir | Tags:

Recently, we held a Life Writing/Memoir Bootcamp. We offered participants an opportunity to showcase a snippet of their work on our blog. Here are some pieces from some very brave souls. Biographical Achilles in Fearful Momentum by Terissa Sheperd Memories may be selective, heart driven, sense driven, ego driven.  There […]

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