Writers On Writing / ‘Authors need to go where their readers are,’ Kristyn M. Levis on why authors need an online platform
By Claire Thompson
We spoke with author and marketing specialist, Kristyn M. Levis about the importance of authors having an online platform, ahead of her seminar at Writing NSW, Create Your Online Author Platform, on Wednesday 13 November.
Book Review / Here Until August by Josephine Rowe
By Izabella Antoniou
“Rowe’s work revels in the lyrical beauty of ordinary, minute details – bringing a romantic edge to the moments of our lives we may not recognise as significant.” – Izabella Antoniou reviews Here Until August by Josephine Rowe.
Writers On Writing / Flexibility and security: why the freelance life beats any office job, with Bianca Nogrady
By Claire Thompson
We spoke with freelance science journalist Bianca Nogrady about why she loves freelance writing ahead of her workshop, How to Succeed as a Freelance Writer on Saturday 9 November at Writing NSW.
Book Review / The House of Youssef by Yumna Kassah
By Jan Allerton
“Although set predominantly within migrant communities, these characters and emotions could be true of many longer-term citizens. The cover image writes its own summary: suburbia, working class, blinds lowered over privacy and secret pain.” – Jan Allerton reviews The House of Youssef by Yumna Kassah
Writers On Writing / Maggie Hamilton on capturing impactful mind, body, spirit moments
By Maggie Hamilton
Ahead of her workshop, Writing Mind, Body and Spirit on Saturday 2 November, Maggie Hamilton told us why readers are drawn to the mind, body, spirit genre, how writers in this genre can be successful and the current trends.
Book Review / apparently by Joanne Burns
By Beatriz Copello
“If Burns wrote music, I would say she does not miss a beat, whether she raises issues about the past or the present, she does with conviction, with vivid imagery and poignant comments.” – Beatriz Copello reviews apparently by Joanne Burns