By Sarah Gates There are two types of writers in the world: plotters and pansters (which, for the uninitiated, stands for a person who writes ‘by the seat of their pants’). Apparently. Okay, so no two plotters are exactly alike—and vice versa. That’s why there’s so much fun to be […]
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How to Make Your Readers Laugh
By Sarah Gates Being funny on the page is very different to cracking jokes in real life. It’s a skill that can be learned and practiced. You don’t need a natural knack for one liners or comedic timing. Situational humour I think it was Oscar Wilde that once said, humour […]
No Gates for Sarah Gates
We’re so thrilled that our Research Officer, Sarah Gates, has garnered some phenomenal success of late and shows great promise as she is well on her way to being a published author. Recently, she has won the Flinders University Student Association Development Grant to cover the costs associated with attending […]
Money for Romance
A huge CONGRATULATIONS to our Admin Assistant, Sarah Gates, who received the Colin Thiele Writing Scholarship from Carclew recently, of $12,500. We’re very proud of her and her writing achievements and we’re excited for this wonderful step in her career.