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Our purpose is to encourage writers who are interested in sharing and expanding their writing in a friendly, non-competitive and safe environment. We meet twice a month in person, so that we have a chance to explore our writing by submitting between 500 and 2000 words each month.
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.
Sydney Non-Fiction Writing Group
Sydney Non-Fiction Writing Group’s aim is to help professional writers along their journey to be published or self- published. Ideally, members have already had their work published. Members must have a book concept that they are committed to working on and meeting regularly for the sake of continuity. Members must respect everyone’s work and come together in an enjoyable atmosphere. The meetings will provide a safe space for constructive critique, sharing tips and strategies, information and resources regarding writing and publishing. Also, to offer support and motivation for writers to develop their work towards the goal of publication. The aim is to get the book published.
Women Writers Network
We are a combination of prose writers, poets, playwrights and scriptwriters. All at different levels of experience and expertise. All with the desire to become better at what we do. Some of us are working on novels and short stories, others scripts or plays or poems and some memoir and non-fiction. Some of us write for children, some for young adults, most for adults. Any genre of writing is welcome. The emphasis is on constructive feedback in a friendly, encouraging, but dedicated environment, fostering all levels of writing.
Year of the Novel 2022
Friendly, supportive and dedicated writers with a large age range backgrounds and interests. Our aim is to support and encourage each other to complete our projects and become better writers