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QWC Short Story Clinic

qwcIn just over three weeks I’ll be teaching the Short Story Clinic at Queensland Writers Centre. What I aim for is for students to come out of the course with at least one short story that’s fit to begin the process of submitting to
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QWC Blog Post – Starting your story: if the door won’t open use a window

qwcIn  the lead-up to my short story clinic at QWC, I’ve written an article for the Queensland Writers Centre blog about how to start your short stories.

The thing to remember is that the short story starts in medias res – in the middle of
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Reminder the Second: QWC Short Story Clinic

qwcApril is creeping towards us, so this is just a reminder that I’m running a Short Story Clinic for Queensland Writers Centre this year. Got a friend or family member with writing dreams and a birthday coming up? Or just writing dreams? Or you
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Reminder: QWC Short Story Clinic

qwcJust a reminder for that I’m running a Short Story Clinic for Queensland Writers Centre this year.

Everyone participates by writing and submitting, reading and critiquing everyone else’s stories. So, you’ll learn more about writing craft and how to read your own and others’ work
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2015 Short Story Clinic

logoSo for those of you in Brisbane who are familiar with the Queensland Writers Centre, you’ll know they run a great range of courses for writers at all stages of the learning process.

Next year I’ll be teaching the Short Story Clinic again for QWC.
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Short Story Clinic

Okay, QWC’s Short Story Clinic for developing writers will begin on 21 March.

The delightful and erudite Trent Jamieson is teaching this six session clinic. 

Go here to book yourself in or, better yet, book in a friend or relative for their
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FNQ: Hello, Humidity

In a few hours I’ll be heading into the state’s north to teach short story workshops in Townsville and Cairns … and to have my hair turn into a giant frizz ball. Something like this …

But it’s okay, I’m
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