Claire Thompson is the project and communications intern for Writing NSW for the first half of 2019. She has just completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Media (Communications and Journalism) and has a passion for all things books, plants and music.
Writers On Writing / ‘Authors need to go where their readers are,’ Kristyn M. Levis on why authors need an online platformOctober 28, 2019
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.
Writers On Writing / Flexibility and security: why the freelance life beats any office job, with Bianca Nogrady
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.
Writers On Writing / ‘Commitment is vital, everything else can be learned,’ Amanda Hampson on memoir writing
We spoke with bestselling author Amanda Hampson about the skills needed to write a good memoir, ahead of her course, Memoir Made Simple at Writing NSW.
Writers On Writing / Speculative fiction makes us value the everyday things we take for granted, with Terry Dowling
Terry Dowling is one of Australia’s most awarded and internationally acclaimed writers of speculative fiction and will be teaching World Building: Writing Speculative Fiction on Sunday 20 October at Writing NSW. Ahead of his workshop, we spoke to Terry about the importance of speculative fiction, how the genre has developed over time, and how to successfully build a world.