It’s been a jam-packed second week of NYWM, but we have even more to come.
Glue, paper, pens, and a photocopier – that’s all you’ll need for Day 13 of NYWM!
We’re talking alternative ways of telling a story and the publications that do it best for Day 13 of NYWM.
Get off the page and behind a microphone for Day 11 of National Young Writers’ Month.
It’s rare to find a writer that doesn’t read. We read for pleasure, for adventure, for learning and for love of lexical felicity. Perth writer and NYWM participant Alex Griffin poses another reason for reading in his article published last month in Overland ‘Reading for Reason‘, highlighting the value of reading widely, and reading out […]
Everyone has a golden rule when it comes to writing, but the habits of all great writers are different. Day 6 is looking at Bad Advice for Young Writers.
Kaitlyn is a writer, performer, and broadcaster living in Brisbane. Last year she presented her debut solo show Not Much To Tell You at Perth’s Fringe World and the Queensland Poetry Festival. She hosts Just A Spoonful, the podcast that is young and fully sick. How old are you? 28 […]
Day 4 of NYWM sees us checking out what’s happening in our own backyard and beyond, as well as checking out writing groups and book clubs.
Introducing…Katerina Bryant! She tells us a little about herself, her work, and her writing.
Day 3 is all about Pitching! What do you do once you have an idea?