Writers On Writing / The best reasons to self-publish with Joel Naoum
By Joel Naoum
“After all the time you have put into writing your book, it is essential to ensure that it’s presented to readers professionally and attractively.”
We spoke with Joel Naoum about his 7-week self publishing course, at the end of which participants will have a published book for sale online and in print-on-demand formats.
Writers On Writing / Challenging ideas about truth with Jesse Blackadder
“The historical novel isn’t only retelling an old story. It’s a way to challenge ideas about truth, memory, history, and fiction.”
We interviewed author Jesse Blackadder in the lead-up to her workshop Going Down in History: Writing Historical Fiction. Join her on Saturday 22 September to learn how to research and write history to make it come alive.
Writers On Writing / Eliminating Errors with Tony Spencer-Smith
“Grammar and punctuation are generally as natural to us as the air we breathe. They are the way any language works.” Despite the importance of grammar, many people still struggle.
Join Tony Spencer-Smith for his workshop Eliminating Errors on Saturday 22 September to learn what you need to know in order to write well.
Writers On Writing / Writing Suspense with Pamela Cook
“No matter what the genre, a story needs tension. If the reader knows everything up front, there’s no hook, no questions and no reason to read on.”
To learn how to hook your reader and keep them caught, join Pamela Cook in her Saturday 15 September workshop Turn Up The Tension.
Writers On Writing / Making Your Mark Online with Karen Andrews
These days, there are expectations on writers beyond finishing a manuscript. Do you have a website or blog? Do you need to be on social media? Join Karen Andrews on Saturday 15 September to learn all the tools you need to enter the digital space.
Writers On Writing / Contradictory characters and sharpening dialogue with Eleanor Limprecht
What makes a story capture our attention? Join Eleanor Limprecht on Saturday 8 September for her one-day course, Creating Story with Character and Dialogue, to learn how she uses character and dialogue to make her stories come alive.
Writers On Writing / Storytelling the truth with Helen O’Neill
We spoke to Helen O’Neill, award-winning author of Daffodil: The biography of a flower, in the lead-up to her upcoming workshop ‘Creative Non-Fiction Essentials’. Join Helen O’Neill for a four-week course on Monday evenings 3-24 September to learn about writing creative non-fiction.
Writers On Writing / Cryogenically Freezing Your Darlings with Tiffany Tsao
Tiffany Tsao is the author of the acclaimed fantasy novels, The Oddfits and The More Known World, and her debut work of literary fiction, Under Your Wings, was released by Penguin Australia earlier this month. We spoke to Tiffany about rough drafts and cryogenically freezing your darlings ahead of her one-day course at Writing NSW, The Art of Revision.