An eclectic group of aspiring authors of all levels of publishing experience, working in a wide range of genres. Biographical memoir, Sci Fi / Fantasy, poetic verse, and many more may be heard on any given night. Our members are as diverse as our work, with ages ranging from twenty-three to eighty-three. We aim to help each other develop our craft and reach our writing goals through honest feedback, incisive suggestions, and cups of tea. This group is open to anyone who is comfortable reading work aloud for an audience of receptive and supportive peers, followed by open robust discussion. All types of writing and experience levels welcome.
Book Review / Meet Me at the Intersection – edited by Rebecca Lim and Ambelin Kwaymullina
By Annie Zhang
“With this anthology, Ambelin Kwaymullina and Rebecca Lim have created a new and vital space in Australian literature. Here, marginalised identities have been brought to the fore in all their complexity, power and beauty.”
Annie Zhang reviews Meet Me at the Intersection, edited by Rebecca Lim and Ambelin Kwaymullina.
Event Recap / What Is This Thing Called Consciousness?
By Myra Opdyke
In the first session of Quantum Words, a science writing festival hosted by Writing NSW, professionals from different sides of the science writing field discussed consciousness and awareness.
Writing NSW communications intern, Myra Opdyke, shares the key details.