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A Write of Passage
A committed group of writers working towards publication. Friendly and considerate feedback is given in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere which assists in producing quality work for publication. New members must show a commitment to the group, respect for everyone’s work, honesty, integrity and will celebrate each other’s achievements.
A group of serious writers embarked on an adventure towards publication. Their aim is to help, support and encourage each other to write the best stories they can. Feedback is given in a friendly and considerate manner and all achievements are celebrated.
Allsorts Writing Group
We are a supportive, vibrant, intelligent and highly skilled bunch of writers. We write for the desire to create and express our own unique perceptions and voice. Our goal is to support each other by producing up to 2000 words of writing each month, which is then given positive and constructive critique in a workshop situation. We are open to all genres of work and encourage supportive feedback in an encouraging atmosphere.
Blue Mountains FAW
The Blue Mountains Branch of the Fellowship of Australian Writers was established in 1973. We gather to support each other as writers. All genres of writing are explored. Writers are encouraged to publish their work
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.
Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild
Monthly members’ meetings at which we discuss the business of the association and conduct informal workshops by members and guest speakers on the craft and business of creating speculative fiction. A novel writing group and critiquing groups for short stories and novels also meet regularly. The group includes writers from the Southern Highlands and the South Coast.
Coogee Creative Writing Club
This group is for writers of fiction novels and short stories of any genre. Activities include a “touch base” – what each person has worked on/their successes and challenges since the last meeting. “Group share” – members can bring along a few pages for fellow group members to read and discuss. “Professional development” – members take turns leading a short discussion on narrative styles, structure, characters, story-boarding, publishing, marketing etc.
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 regarding 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 others understanding and skills in the craft of writing.
Monet meet to improve their writing skills by exercise and critical analysis of their work. The aim for everyone in the group is to publish novels and/or short stories in fiction.