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Saturday 22 July
The NSW Writers’ Centre
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Directed by multi award-winning author Cat Sparks, the festival welcomes submissions from writers of science fiction, fantasy, horror, slipstream, steampunk, alternate history, new weird, supernatural, dystopian and any other subgenre of speculative fiction.
14 December 2016
Amazing! Come and listen to how a group of authors wrote two novels together and got published by the world’s biggest publisher. The Painted Sky is the work of five members of a Sydney book club,
SheKilda3: One-Day Crime Spree
Sisters in Crime Australia’s 25th Anniversary Convention, 19 November 2016
Fifty leading novelists, true-crime writers, screenwriters, lawyers, producers,
Just a reminder that the Writers Voice Quarterly Copy Deadlines are: 15 February, 15 May, 15 August and 15 November each year.
Copy for submission should be sent to:
65 Barbara Boulevard,
By Trevar Langlands, FAW NSW President
I was privileged recently to be asked to a book launch for a wonderful 96 year old Life Member of the FAW. The book is Shards of Life by Helen Boris and it was launched at the Ukrainian Community Centre Lidcombe.
For your diary: 5 November, 2016
99 on York,
95-99 York Street, Sydney
11:30 am for 12:00 noon
$45.00 per person
Have you made plans,
LITERARY LUNCH AND WORKSHOP
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Di Morrissey – A Quarter Century as Australia’s Favourite Storyteller.
With millions of books sold around the world, Di Morrissey is one of the most successful and prolific authors Australia has ever produced.
Goulburn Mulwaree Library is hosting its first Reader Writer Festival on 12 and 13 November.
Promotions Officer, Ellen Bennett, commented: “We have many fine authors presenting and most sessions are free with the maximum payable of $10 for those with a fee.”
A message from the Australian Copyright Council:
The e-publication range provides an affordable and accessible option for continued learning and legal advice. Provided in a perpetually accessible format, all that is required is connection to the internet – the e-book will be available on all devices.
Gremlins apparently attacked the Address List for the last mail-out of the Writers Voice Quarterly Bulletin. Surnames were somehow ‘mixed up’ during the printing of the mailing address.
If you are one of the members affected by these gremlins,