4 June 2012
NYWM: Day Four
Here’s one for the Queensland creatives. Visible Ink youth space is hosting a free tax help workshop with two accountants who specialise in the arts sector tonight. Check out their website for more details.
For those of you in Melbourne who may be interested in a career in sports media, news media or media production the Prospect 360 seminars bring industry leaders together to share their wisdom with you.
Are you based in regional NSW? The LitLink Varuna Fellowships and Byron Bay Writers Festival/Varuna LitLink Unpublished Manuscript Award close on June 7, which gives you just enough time to get that application off to them. See the website for more information.
Varuna are also running a Writer-a-Day app project, where you can read your own work and be a part of this fantastic project. Instructions on how to apply (plus links to the current writers) is available on the Varuna website.
Poets, did you know Australian Poetry have online workshop series you can participate in no matter where you are located? Running for four weeks, these workshops are your chance to work with established poets to gather feedback and refine your work. Check out the AP website for details on workshops starting soon.
Do you write narrative journalism or non fiction essays? Mammoth is a new online journal calling for entries.
Today the NYWM Travelling Story is in Tasmania. Our daily writer is Sophie Clark, 20, from Hobart.