Writers of the Far South Coast’s writing clinics are open to everyone, published or unpublished, and provide a great networking opportunity to meet other like-minded writers. The mornings are completely free and we recommend coming to a few to see if they are helpful to you before becoming a member and supporting the club. If you’d like feedback on a piece, but you’re uncomfortable reading your own work, someone can read it on your behalf.
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.