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writingWA
The peak body for writing and associated activities in Western Australia.
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writingWA Jan 15
What an amazing line-up of guest writers and presenters for the 2018 Big Sky Readers and Writers Festival! Treat yourself to a trip to Geraldton, WA on 25 – 27 May for
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writingWA Jan 14
Judges announced for 2018 Hungerford Award Entry opens on 2 February and closes on 16 March
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writingWA Jan 14
Genghiscon is a Perth Science Fiction, Fantasy and Gaming convention. The next convention is being held between 19 & 21 January of 2018.
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writingWA Jan 14
The Opportunities section of our website contains listings about grants, scholarships, jobs, fellowships, calls for submissions, and other opportunities of interest to West Australian writers.
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writingWA Jan 11
Pakistan Poetry Slam presents In-Verse with Maddie Godfrey, Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa & Zainab Syed at the Subiaco Arts Centre, Sat 13 Jan
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writingWA Jan 11
Submissions for the 2018 Text Prize for Young Adult and Children’s Writing are now open.
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writingWA Jan 11
Expressions of Interest are now open to showcase and sell your publications at the Regional Arts Australia Stand at the Melbourne Art Book Fair 2018
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writingWA Jan 11
Applications for the 2018 James Sykes Battye Memorial Fellowship are open now and close on Wed 31 Jan 2018.
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writingWA Jan 9
Our monthly "Love to Read Local" e-newsletter makes it easy to keep up with the latest Western Australian books. It includes several book reviews plus listings of new publications. Subscribe here
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writingWA Jan 7
The annual Kat Muscat Fellowship offers professional development up to the value of $3,000 for an editorial project or work of writing by a young person. Applications close on Sunday 14 January 2018.
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writingWA Jan 7
Are you a West Australian writer with a forthcoming publication? To ensure that it is listed in our monthly Love to Read Local e-newsletters, please send us the information via the 'Submit a Post' link on our website.
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Fremantle Press Dec 23
New author? The 2018 City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award details are now online.
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writingWA Jan 7
Our first fortnightly industry e-newsletter for 2018 will be sent out on Thursday. Subscribe for information regarding the latest news, opportunities and events occurring in the West Australian and Australian writing sectors.
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writingWA Dec 19
Our December Book of the Month is 'Talk of the Town' by (Harlequin). Find out about it in our latest Book Club e-newsletter.
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writingWA Dec 19
The writingWA team would like to express our thanks to everyone who has sent us messages of congratulations since we shared the news that our funding would be continued for 2018 and 2019. So many of you that we have had to do a group thanks!
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Arts&CultureWA Dec 18
For WA writing sector to flourish further longterm support to identify & realise WA's writing talent needed. We welcome intention to resource, implement recommendations in Writing Sector Review
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writingWA Dec 17
Gift suggestions for everyone in the Holiday Gift Guide
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writingWA Dec 17
The WA State Government has confirmed a further two-year funding commitment to writingWA. Details are in this Special Announcement e-newsletter.
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writingWA Dec 15
Our warmest congratulations to Perth writer Rafeif Ismail on being awarded the 2017 Deborah Cass Prize for Writing.
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Meri Fatin Dec 13
What better way to end the Cover to Cover series for than with 2017 Miles Franklin winner
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