Writing Groups: Children's and YABack to all writing groups
Blue Mountains Writers
We are an established group of writers writing across diverse fiction genres and sharing the beautiful Blue Mountains. We meet monthly to provide critical and constructive feedback on each other’s work. Working in different genres gives us the ability to give feedback from different viewpoints. Members are at various stages in their writing.
Down the Rabbit Hole
We are a bunch of writers, some published, who help each other workshop ideas and sort out problems within our manuscripts. We aim to have a friendly and safe atmosphere within the group, to create the best writing we can.
Monday Night Children’s Writers
We are a dynamic and supportive group of published and aspiring writers of all genres in the kids’ lit spectrum. We provide a safe space for constructive critiquing, share tips and strategies, information and resources re writing and publishing. We celebrate group members’ successes and provide support against setbacks.
Our group purpose is to provide a supportive, productive and constructive environment for writers to develop their work towards the goal of publication and to enhance and guide each other’s understanding and skills in the craft of writing.
Open Genre Writers’ Group
Queer Writers Group
This writing group is for queer and queer-friendly people to exchange ideas about writing and share their work. We hope to develop the skills of all who participate. With encouragement and discussion, we hope to enthuse participants to publish.
Scripto Libris is a spin off writers’ group from Alan Mill’s year long novel writing course. We are highly motivated and goal focused. Our aim is to write the best quality novel (and other writings) that each of us can produce.
The Camden Writers Inc
The Camden Writers Inc (CWI) is a Camden NSW community writer’s group going on its 27th year. We have a colourful, diverse, and vibrant group of writers of all ages (21+) who support each other to improve their writing confidence and self-publish.
Tuesday Night Writing for Children and General Fiction
Our group presents our writing to each other for critiquing. We read to the group and take it in turns to give a verbal critique, then send a written critique back by email to the author. We aim to improve our skills in writing fiction for both children and adults. Meetings take place online via Zoom.
Membership by application email to convenor (via Writing NSW).