Writers SA is expanding our operations into the regions!
Our project No Limits: Young Regional Writers supports literary activities in the regions, and creates industry pathways for young regional writers, from skills to publication. The project supports coordinators in three regional SA locations (Riverland, Eyre Peninsula and Limestone Coast), employs diverse authors to present skills-based writing workshops, commissions new literary work by young regional writers, connects young writers with publishers and industry representatives, and presents performance events and literary showcases in regional venues for communities of readers and writers. With events delivered in-person and online, young regional writers are connected with professional peers and audiences from around Australia. This project is supported by Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund – an Australian Government initiative, and Arts South Australia.
Looking for a writing workshop, community event, performance, literary showcase or other writing opportunity in regional South Australia? Our regional coordinators are developing a range of in-person regional activities and online opportunities. Find the full regional program and get involved here.
See what we’re already delivered and updates on special projects currently underway here.
Behind the Scenes
Find all the latest news, special opportunities and behind the scenes reflections from our regional coordinators here.
Get in Touch
Our local regional coordinators want to hear from you! If you’re keen to get involved in the regional program in any way, say hello here:
Alysha Herrmann, Statewide Regional Manager: [email protected]
Kirste Vandergiessen, Riverland Coordinator: [email protected]
Eliza Wuttke, Eyre Peninsula Coordinator: [email protected].
No Limits: Tell us what you want!
As we continue to shape the program, we’re asking all young writers and word lovers under 30 from regional South Australia to share your aspirations, ideas and needs for literature opportunities in your communities now and in the future. Fill out the survey here.