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The peak body for writing and associated activities in Western Australia.
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writingWA May 15
Our May Book of the Month is 'The Art of Persuasion' by Susan Midalia "Midalia engages the reader with warmth and wit, while never losing sight of the uncomfortable truths that haunt us as Western Australians."
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writingWA May 15
For the latest news for and from the Western Australian writing sector, see the Noticeboard section of our website.
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writingWA May 15
The 2019 Dorothy Hewett Award for an Unpublished Manuscript no longer requires entries or entrants to have a connection to Western Australia. It is open to all writers of fiction, non-fiction or poetry who are Australian citizens or permanent residents.
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🌈 UWA Publishing 🌈 May 14
SUBMISSIONS OPEN! Submissions are now open for the 2019 Dorothy Hewett Award for an Unpublished Manuscript. More here:
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writingWA May 13
The eighth Words in the Valley Readers and Writers festival is to be held in the Bridgetown Regional Library on the weekend of 27 – 28 July.
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writingWA May 13
Do you co-ordinate a writers group in Western Australia? If you are open to new members then contact us to add your details to our list.
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writingWA May 13
We've made a list to make it easy for you to discover all the wonderful Western Australian writers festivals.
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writingWA May 13
We had a fabulous time at the inaugural this weekend. Well done to the organisers and we are looking forward to next year!
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writingWA May 13
Terrific news! Australia’s Hopscotch Features has optioned rights to hot debut novel The Ruin from West Australian author Dervla McTiernan with plans to adapt it for the screen.
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Small Press Network May 9
Entries now open for the 2018 Scribe Nonfiction Prize for Young Writers -
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writingWA May 8
In the first of this series of the Podcast, journalist and broadcaster Katie McAllister talks to about her wonderful debut novel 'Afternoons with Harvey Beam'.
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writingWA May 8
Discover great new Western Australian books via our monthly Love to Read Local e-newsletter. These titles are reviewed in the latest edition. Subscribe and see past newsletters here:
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writingWA May 6
Our latest Book of the Month is 'You Belong Here' by Laurie Steed. We highly recommend this funny, sad, sensual and deeply real debut novel to book clubs.
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writingWA May 6
The Wheeler Centre has announced The Next Chapter, a new way of supporting writers.
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writingWA May 6
Entries into the City of Rockingham Short Fiction Awards are now open. Entries must be inspired by, drawn upon, or use the theme of the artwork "Two Children at Beach” by Delon Govender (2003), pictured here.
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writingWA May 6
The inaugural is happening this week and includes events for all ages! Perth, 9-13 May 2018
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writingWA May 6
Every month writingWA reviews several new Western Australian books. See our latest here:
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Chamber of Arts and Culture WA May 4
Investment in arts & culture can help create new jobs, strengthen our tourism offering & support economic growth 4 Help share this message in the lead up to on 10 May. Please RT
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writingWA May 4
The 2018 Sydney Writers' Festival: Live & Local program will be live-streamed to venues in Albany, Broome, Geraldton and Mandurah this weekend.
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writingWA May 3
A reminder to please save the dates for the 2018 Western Australian Writing and Publishing Sector Forum, which will be held on Tuesday 10 and Wednesday 11 July in Perth. More details will be announced soon.
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