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Competitions, Crafting Through Critiquing, and the Short Story: Some Notes
This is another redux article ( I wrote the original version for The Australian Writer’s Marketplace back in the mists of time).
Competitions, Crafting Through Critiquing, and the Short Story
I’m often asked how to win short story writing competitions:
Cut, Shape, Polish – New AWC Course
So, the editing course I wrote for the Australian Writers’ Centre is now live – on sale until 6 Sept 2020.
It’s self-directed (does what it says on the can), so you can start at any time and you’ve got twelve (12) months
Speculative Fiction Festival 2017
Nice write-up of the NSW Writers Centre Spec Fic Festival of last weekend!
Thanks, Dr Katie Lavers.
The biennial Speculative Fiction Festival is an extraordinary festival organised by the
Australian Writers’ Centre
I’ll be appearing at the AWC in Sydney on Friday 21 July 2017, 6-8pm, for a Masterclass on Fantasy writing.
It’ll be an in conversation event with the delightful and erudite Pamela Freeman.
For bookings, go Read more…
Speculative Fiction Festival 2013
And the program for the New South Wales Writers Centre Speculative Fiction Festival 2013 has just been released. An awesome line-up including Kate Forsyth, Juliet Marillier, Pamela Freeman, Kim Wilkins, Melina Marchetta, and Garth Nix.
It’s on Saturday 16 March; details
The Castings Drive-by: Pamela Freeman
Pamela Freeman writes for adults (The Castings Triology), young adults (The Murders’ Apprentice) and children (Victor’s Quest, Wonderdog) – and more titles, besides. Here, though, she talks about her deepseated desire to be a drummer … oh, alright, and quite a lot of writerly stuff.
1. If I wasn’t a writer I