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September 21st, 2021 | Workshops

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September 14th, 2021 | Workshops

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September 14th, 2021 | Workshops

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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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January 22nd, 2020 | Blog, Latest, Workshops

This March, join some of the visiting authors of Adelaide Writers’ Week for Writers Studio, a series of masterclasses designed to make you think, make you write, and make you a better storyteller. Presented in partnership with Adelaide Writers’ Week, this is your chance to learn from some of Australia’s […]

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March 21st, 2018 | Latest, News, Workshops, Writers SA news

As of today, summer is officially done. Autumn equinox heralds the arrival of the red leaves and, this year, our Quarter 2 program. What better way to launch than with another round of Autumn Inspirations: Daily Writing Prompts? The only topic more fitting would be Beginnings and Endings. Well, we’ve got those, […]

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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 13th, 2017 | News, Regional, SAWC news, Short Stories, Workshops | Tags:

We round out our regional program for 2017 with not one but two trips to the Eyre Peninsula in November and December. We’ll be inkin’ and thinkin’ in Port Lincoln, Streaky Bay and Ceduna with acclaimed short story writer Rebekah Clarkson. Best of all, these workshops are free for current Writers SA members. […]

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June 10th, 2015 | Latest, News, Workshops | Tags:

We’re very excited to release our third quarter program for 2015. It has all your favourites such as the Fiction Clinic, Three Thursdays, TWELVE and Member Monthly plus some great new stuff, including interstate visitors such as Toni Jordan, Mark Tredinnick, Mark Dapin and Arnold Zable.   Download the full […]

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October 14th, 2014 | Blog, Workshops | Tags:

By Ben Brooker There is no single way to write a review. These days, a work of criticism can be anything from a 140-character tweet, to a 200-word capsule review in a newspaper, to a 10,000-word essay on a blog. Each of these formats has its own requirements for length […]

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August 21st, 2014 | Blog, Workshops | Tags:

By Cameron Raynes How important is visualisation to the writer? To be able to see, in some small strange way, the characters you have created, the places they live, the things they do? How they hold themselves? How others around them react to what they do?

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April 22nd, 2014 | Blog, Perfecting the craft, Poetry, Workshops | Tags:

By Emily Davis In general I’m a bit of a communic-a-tard. This is kind of like being a lactard (allergic to milk), but perhaps with slightly more serious connotations and consequences. I can assure you I can write, and read and speak, and I’m not too bad at a boozy […]

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January 30th, 2014 | Blog, Workshops | Tags:

By Dr Ros Prosser Who we are and how we came to be who we are is not easily accounted for. Who we are in a heat wave is not simply the dripping, sweating and distracted Adelaidean, now living in perhaps the hottest place on Earth. We could see ourselves […]

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January 13th, 2014 | Blog, Guest posts, Insights, Tips, Travel, Workshops | Tags:

By Paul Greenway I always open my Travel Writing Workshop with this first rule of travel writing (although I ignored it myself).  While it is possible to make money writing travel articles for magazines and websites, it is unlikely – but certainly not impossible – that you’ll earn a decent […]

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