Monthly Archives: June 2011
Bluegrass Symphony is the debut collection from Lisa Hannett, a purpose-written suite of stories (with
The QWC/Hachette Australia Manuscript Development Program is open for emerging writers of young adult fiction, fiction, and non-fiction. Applications close Thursday 21 July 2011.
The Allen & Unwin Manuscript Development Program
So, ifwe make our fat speculative fiction novels turgid and overwritten and barely readable, do we all get literary prizes and leave our ‘ghetto’?
Admittedly, I’ve not read the book as yet – it’s on the bedside table – but Ruth’s comments provide food for thought.
The Creative Writing MFA is the singularly most devastating occurrence to hit literature in the
Australian author Hannett’s first collection shows off her fondness for lush imagery, unsettling concepts, indirect prose, and
From the lovely Bob over at Liff.
Great guest post from Jay Lake over at Shimmer:
Jay Lake here, happily guest-blogging for Shimmer on the subject of selling fiction for new writers. This post recaps a number things I’ve said before along the way, with a focus on the basics of aspiration and breaking in. I hope it proves helpful to you.
The Internet is
Voted by her peers as girl most likely to be the first female doctor – or a meerkat impersonator – Alison Goodman is also, as luck would have it, an extraordinarily talented writer. She taught me one of the most
I just got my early bird membership.
So now I have to go.