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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 28th, 2016 | News | Tags:

Special Members Price to RWA Workshop The SA Writers Centre has negotiated a special members rate for an exciting writing workshop coming up in Adelaide in August with Hollywood script and story consultant Michael Hauge, as part of the Romance Writers of Australia annual conference. Join this full day workshop […]

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June 2nd, 2015 | News, Opportunities | Tags:

Writing Teachers and Workshop Presenters for our 2015 and 2016 Program Deadline 5pm, Tuesday 30 June 2015. The SA Writers Centre is seeking expressions of interest from writers and teachers for our final quarter 2015 and 2016 Skills Development Program. We are looking for looking for workshop presenters from a […]

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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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June 19th, 2013 | Blog, Workshops | Tags:

By Jillian Schedneck On Saturday 8th June, Romance writer Cassandra Dean guided workshop members through several steps to successfully market and promote one’s book (and create a personal brand) online. Class members learned that the most important tool in online marketing is a personal and professional website. Authors must try […]

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June 10th, 2013 | Blog, Workshops | Tags:

 By Jillian Schedneck Robin Hemley approached this masterclass by giving the nine experienced nonfiction writing students specific and applicable advice on their nonfiction projects. In various stages of conception and completion, each class member spoke in turn about their projects, from a family’s experience organic farming in Italy to an […]

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April 1st, 2013 | Blog, Guest posts, Industry news, Workshops | Tags:

By Jane Turner-Goldsmith In the late 80s, psychologist James Pennebaker posed the question: ‘why do people throughout the world seek to tell their stories?’ In his original study, participants were asked to reflect on their deepest thoughts and feelings about a traumatic event. They then had to write for 15 […]

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