Writing Groups: Literary Fiction

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Hawkesbury Writers/Editors Group

We are a supportive group of writers meeting once a month to discuss writing elements and to help improve each other’s work by providing constructive feedback on submissions. Submissions are up to 3,000 words, and are submitted 2 weeks prior to the meeting, to be critiqued by fellow members. The critiques are then shared on the night of the meeting, along with any discussions of particular interest.
Open to new members
2nd Monday of each month.
6.30PM - 8.30PM
Currently on Zoom, contact for more information.
Contact Shane for more information
040715912

Scripto Libris

We all attended Alan Mill’s year long novel writing course in 2011 and thereby share a common language and serious commitment to writing. Our aim is to write the best that we are able, encourage and support each other, celebrate the achievements and milestones, and enjoy the journey with hearty chuckles along the way.

Writing NSW
members only
Closed to new members
Second Saturday of the month
9:30-11:30am
Writing NSW
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Seize the Day

We are a friendly group whose members conscientiously and constructively critique each other’s writing. Several members are prize winners. Rowena Harding-smith has won the Sisters In Crime Scarlet Stiletto Award (2018) and Vickie Laveau-Harvie has won the Stella Prize (2019). Ian McArthur has been shortlisted for the Varuna Publisher Introduction Program Fellowship (2019). Our group purpose is to assist all members to achieve their writing goals through constructive criticism and social support.

Writing NSW
members only
Closed to new members
Third Saturday of the month
2:00-4:00pm
Writing NSW
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WriteStuff

WriteStuff is a group for prose writers and poets with a slightly different emphasis. Rather than directly critiquing members’ work in progress, its aim is to encourage creativity in an enjoyable and supportive environment. Through a writing exercise, members are encouraged to create new stories or poems and experiment with style. Discussion and positive feedback from the rest of the group help suggest ways in which we might develop our new work.

Anyone who’s a member of Writing NSW can come to WriteStuff sessions: it doesn’t matter how experienced you are as a writer, only that you are serious about writing and willing to encourage other members of the group. Some writers attend regularly, others come when they can.

Writing NSW
members only
Open to new members
Wednesdays weekly
3:00-4:30pm
Writing NSW
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