Want to write a novel in 2024? Are you keen to enrol in our popular Year of the Novel course, but not sure what you might get out of it, or how best to prepare over the summer?
Join us for our Year of the Novel celebration on Tuesday 14 November from 6.30pm at Writing NSW. You’ll hear readings from our 2023 participants and meet the course tutor, Emily Maguire.
Our 2024 Year of the Novel course will run in-person at Writing NSW, on Tuesday evenings starting in February. In 2024 we are also introducing an additional online stream, including weekly online content you can move through at your own pace, and weekly 1-hour Zoom meetings on Wednesday evenings. Year of the Novel 2024 is not open for enrolments yet, so add your name to the waitlist here to be contacted as soon as it opens and to find out information about the course dates.
This event is free and open to all, but RSVPs are essential.
Drinks and nibbles will be provided on the evening. We will email you with more information a few days prior to the event.
If you have any questions, please contact us.
To find out more about Year of the Novel, you can read about the 2023 course here.
Emily Maguire is the author of six novels and three non-fiction books, and an experienced teacher and mentor of emerging writers. Her novels have been translated into 12 languages and her articles, essays and reviews have been published widely. Emily was the 2018/2019 Writer-in-Residence at the Charles Perkins Centre at the University of Sydney and the 2023 […]
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