Writers On Writing / Ryan O’Neill recommends his top short stories
We asked author Ryan O’Neill to recommend a couple of his favourite short stories, ahead of his course Online Feedback: Short Stories, and he responded with some crackers. All stories are available to read online, so you can see what the fuss is about.
Feature Articles / Kirsten Tranter on writers and libraries in a time of isolation
In the early days of 2020, smoke from wildfires around the state of NSW was still drifting into Sydney now and again. When I visited my local library in Marrickville on the bad days, it was hard to breathe; the space had been designed for a maximum of flow between inside and outside, a lovely […]
Writers On Writing / Busting self-publishing myths with Joel Naoum
We chatted to book publisher, editor and consultant Joel Naoum, ahead of his course Online: Self Publish Your Book, starting 7 September, on what inspired his career in books, myths about self-publishing and what he’s reading at the moment.
Writers On Writing / Picture books as a team sport with Mark Macleod
We chatted to children’s book author and industry expert Mark Macleod on learning from your contemporaries, embracing failures and being a team player when it comes to creating a picture book, ahead of his course Online Feedback: Children’s Books, starting Monday 27 April.
Writers On Writing / Pamela Cook on how writers develop self-confidence
By Claire Thompson
We spoke to Pamela Cook ahead of her 6-week Refilling the Well: Creativity for Writers course to find out what inspires her stories and how a writer can find the self-confidence they need to rediscover their creativity.