Digital Writers Festival 2018

 

The Digital Writing Festival is happening from the end of this month.

The Digital Writers’ Festival takes place online, on their website.

Log on and tune in to join the conversation, wherever you are.

For all sessions and workshops check out their website here:

Digital Writers Festival 2018

 

 

 

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Wordfest 2018

Rosalie Ham the author of The Dressmaker taught at *Wordfest2018.

I was lucky enough to be able to attend her creative writing workshop and sheepishly asked her to sign my book at the end of the class, which she was only too happy to do!  She commented it was lovely to sign a real life physical book and wished me luck with my writing.

I received some good productive tips to tighten my work and made a few new fellow writer friends .  Overall I am glad I attended it was one of the best workshops I have attended at a writing festival.

*WordFest is the annual literature festival of the Monash Public Library Service. The festival brings readers and writers together for a series of author talks, writing workshops and competitions.

 

 

Melbourne Writers Festival 2018

The Melbourne Writers Festival is happening in Melbourne, Australia from 24 August till 2 September.

Victoria’s premier annual literary event. The Festival connects writers and stories to celebrate a world of literature, explore universal ideas, and inspire a global community of readers.

This year’s Festival theme is exploring the theme of revolutions past, present and future, it’s revolutionary ideas and fresh new voices that will power this year’s Festival – and invigorate everyone who reads.

For all sessions and workshops check out their website here:

Melbourne Writers Festival

 

 

FWF 2018: Rewriting the Story

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The Feminist Writers Festival is happening this year in Melbourne in May.

The Feminist Writers Festival takes place in Queen Victoria Women’s Centre Trust in Melbourne, Australia.   The theme this year is “Rewriting the Story” and as described on their website:

“Rewriting the Story invites you to explore feminist thinking and writing now. Discover how feminist writers in Australia are using words to make change, creating powerful personal and political narratives, and choosing stories over silence. Hear how feminist writers are tackling topics of violence against women, activism and advocacy, and how women actively mentor one another, sustain feminist voices, come together and break the silence. Learn about skilling up, inclusivity, creating communities and working towards change.”

For all sessions and workshops check follow the link below:

FWF 2018: Rewriting the Story