Hello Educators, We’ve got some exciting things for you in this month’s enews, news: What’s going on at Express? WELCOME TOOLKITS PARTICIPANTS (Memoir, Graphic Narratives) NEWS (Voiceworkscover reveal. Toolkits Live and the Kat Muscat Fellow) OUR MARCH NEWS + OTHER OPPORTUNITIES ( Competitions and Awards, Inky Awards, Aus Poetry Slam,Liminal and more!) Our Schools Memberships allow teachers nation over to give their students the […]
In 2019, Express Media presents Making Tracks in Wodonga. Making Tracks is free but registrations are vital. Each participant will receive a free Express Media Membership and four back issues of Express’ premier literary journal, Voiceworks, all valued at $75. If you’re aged 14 to 25 with a love of reading, writing, and storytelling, join us for Making Tracks: Wodonga! […]
Are you enthusiastic about inspiring a love of writing and providing opportunities for young people to the develop skills to express themselves? Do you know your way around spreadsheets, databases and accounting systems? Or are you a passionate producer with experience in developing education programs? Then check out these two exciting roles, currently available at Express Media! ADMINISTRATOR […]
Interested in theatre, comedy, dance, visual art and everything inbetween? We’re on the lookout for 2016 Buzzcuts Reviewers for the 2016 Perth Fringe World Festival.
We’re on the lookout for a new Buzzcuts Editor for the 2016 Fringe World Festival. Is it you?
The 2015 Scribe Nonfiction Prize shortlist shares their writing advice with the Express Post Blog.
Please join us in recognising the accomplishments of young writers and to celebrate 30 years of Express Media at the 2015 Express Media Awards.
Rejection hurts, but it’s also an important part of growing as a writer. The latest installment in the Writers Toolkit series explores how you can use rejection to fuel your writing and improve upon your craft.
Express Media and Scribe Publications are pleased to announce the shortlist for the 2015 Scribe Nonfiction Prize for Young Writers. The award recognises talented young writers in all areas of nonfiction and provides a professional development opportunity for a young writer, 30 or under, working on a long-form or book-length work. The 2015 […]
This week, we’re bringing you daily Q&A’s from our Scribe Nonfiction Prize Long-listed writers. Read on for more information on their work, writing journeys, and all their tips, tricks and advice for budding young non-fic creators. Carly Smith is currently a Brisbane-based writer, specialising in memoir. She is a recent graduate from a Fine […]