Come write with us!
Struggling to find the time and space to write? Join a supportive community of writers sharing space at our upcoming Write-In. Whether you’re close to a deadline, participating in NaNoWriMo, or just need to be held accountable, a Write-In is the perfect place to make progress on your writing. Writing NSW will provide the space, some light snacks and all the tea and coffee you need to make that word count climb. And it’s free to participate for all!
Drop-in to Writing NSW in Callan Park on Wednesday 8 November for an evening session dedicated to writing. Participants can arrive anytime from 5:30pm, with the session finishing at 8:30pm.
We are also hosting a daytime session on Saturday 18 November, between 10:30am and 2pm. Find it here.
FREE event. RSVPs essential.
What is a Write-In?
A Write-In is a dedicated session where writers come together in a shared space to work in silence on their own individual projects. There will be a break during each session for refreshments and a dedicated social space outside the quiet writing room where you can chat with fellow writers.
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