Teen Writers Club: Term 2, 2022


May 7th, 2022 10:30 AM — June 25th, 2022 12:00 PM



May 7th, 2022 10:30 AM — June 25th, 2022 12:00 PM


The Teen Writers Club is a place for high school aged writers to make new connections, be inspired, and develop their writing. We provide a safe, fun and engaging program for passionate young writers of all interests, ages and abilities.

Term 2 dates: 10:30am to midday - May 7, 14, 21, 28, June 4, 11, 18 & 25

The Club meets on Saturdays during school term, and is guided by Writers SA staff, mentors and a guest teacher. The program is shaped by the interests of the group, and they’re supported to set and achieve their own writing goals. We provide creative workshops, information on the industry and careers, mentoring, and the opportunity for support for school-based writing projects.

We're continuing into Term 2 with Rebekah Little once again at the helm! 

About Rebekah Little

Rebekah is a Graduate Game Designer at Mighty Kingdom, Australia’s largest game development studio, and a Women in Games Ambassador with a passion for environmental narrative design and serious games. Her qualifications include an Advanced Diploma of Digital Development (Game Design), First Class Honours in Physics specialising in particle astrophysics and a Master of Teaching (Secondary). This year, Rebekah has been the keynote speaker for the SA NYSF orientation day and was shortlisted for the Women in Games University or College Student Achievement or Portfolio Award.

Outside Mighty Kingdom Rebekah has extensive experience volunteering in the community for Rotary International and fundraising for international charity initiatives (Black Dog Institute, Reach Out Volunteers). She also volunteers regularly as a judge of the Australia STEM Video Game Challenge and for the Starlight Children’s Foundation. Within the education sector, Rebekah’s work experience includes running both programming and science themed workshops, supervising and tutoring boarders at Seymour College, and teaching in resource or remote schools as part of the National Exceptional Teachers for Disadvantaged Schools project.


Venue: City Library, 3 Rundle Place, 77-91 Rundle Mall, Adelaide SA 5000

Cost: $200


Important Covid-19 note: As we are using an external venue, all people over the age of 16 should be fully vaccinated or hold a current SA Health recognised exemption to take part in this program. If you are unvaccinated or in the 12-15 age bracket, please email [email protected] so we can discuss your particular situation. The presenter for this term is fully vaccinated.

we are still encouraging classroom contacts to wear masks if attending the club.

There are capacity limits so the club will be restricted to 16 students.

Registration Details

Registration for this event ended on May 6th, 2022 4:00 PM

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  • 30% discount on all workshops and services (excluding Teen Writers Club)
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  • career pathway support and opportunities
  • access to a community of writers
  • opportunities to meet industry professionals
  • opportunities for publication and promotion

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