Join us on Friday 6 September for an interview with Nicola Evans, head of the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund and Reading Australia.
The Copyright Agency is a not-for-profit organisation that has been standing up for creators for more than 40 years. They enable the reuse of copyright-protected words and images in return for fair payment to creators. Reading Australia was created by Copyright Agency with the goal of making it easier for teachers, through their passion and skills, to spread a love for Australian texts.
At this First Friday Club event, Writing NSW Program Manager Julia Tsalis will chat with Nicola about the Copyright Agency, Reading Australia and Nicola’s illustrious career in the literature sector.
This event is free for members and morning tea is included.
About First Friday Club
First Friday Club is a monthly event at Writing NSW, free and exclusive to members. The club takes place on the first Friday of every month (March-October) from 10am-11:30am. Each month a new guest speaker from the writing industry, be they author, editor, publisher or journalist, joins us for a group conversation about writing. This session is then followed by a delicious morning tea.
This members-only event is free, but RSVPs are essential.
Nicola Evans is the Head of the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund and Reading Australia. She has worked in the Literature sector for over twenty-five years, as an editor, as Program Manager for the Literature Board of the Australia Council, and as Program and Communications Manager for the Australian Publishers Association.
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