SA Writers Centre Fostering, developing and promoting writers and writing. 2017-11-20T04:22:13Z https://sawriters.org.au/feed/atom/ WordPress Aimee Knight <![CDATA[We’re coming to the Eyre Peninsula]]> https://sawriters.org.au/?p=29829 2017-11-13T00:05:03Z 2017-11-12T23:50:15Z We round out our regional program for 2017 with not one but two trips to the Eyre Peninsula in November and December. We’ll be inkin’ and thinkin’ in Port Lincoln, Streaky Bay and Ceduna with acclaimed short story writer Rebekah Clarkson. Best of all, these workshops are free for current SAWC members. Do […]

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Rebekah Clarkson

We round out our regional program for 2017 with not one but two trips to the Eyre Peninsula in November and December.

We’ll be inkin’ and thinkin’ in Port Lincoln, Streaky Bay and Ceduna with acclaimed short story writer Rebekah Clarkson.

Best of all, these workshops are free for current SAWC members. Do you need to join or renew?

 

Turning Life into Great Short Stories

Port Lincoln: Sun 19 Nov, 10am
Ceduna: Sun 3 Dec, 10am

Rebekah guides you through practical exercises to unearth the brilliant stories lurking in your own life.

Crafting Great Short Stories and Fiction

Streaky Bay: Sat 2 Dec, 12pm

Don’t the best ideas just seem to come from nowhere? Rebekah helps you harness your ability to create brilliant, surprising short fiction.

 

Each workshop is followed by a casual networking event, open to any and all writers in Port Lincoln, Streaky Bay and Ceduna. Enjoy light refreshments as Rebekah reveals her pathway to publication. Local writers are invited to share their work, too. We’d love to see you there!

Our regional touring program is presented by Regional Arts Australia and Country Arts SA.

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Aimee Knight <![CDATA[Varuna Fellowship for Emerging Writers]]> https://sawriters.org.au/?p=29408 2017-11-11T06:13:41Z 2017-11-01T03:38:33Z The SA Writers Centre is partnering with Varuna, the National Writers’ House to offer a new residency and development fellowship for a young South Australian writer. This opportunity is open to writers, poets and illustrators who are under 35, and are South Australian residents. The week-long residency will take place from Monday 23 […]

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Varuna, the National Writer's HouseThe SA Writers Centre is partnering with Varuna, the National Writers’ House to offer a new residency and development fellowship for a young South Australian writer.

This opportunity is open to writers, poets and illustrators who are under 35, and are South Australian residents.

The week-long residency will take place from Monday 23 – Monday 30 April 2018. That’s the week leading up to, and including, Varuna’s Sydney Writers Festival events.

The fellowship includes:

  • 7 nights accommodation, including a private space to further develop a work in progress,
  • all meals plus a $300 travel subsidy,
  • an hour-long consultation with one of Varuna’s external writing consultants, to be held during the residency (the consultant will read an extract of up to 10 pages in advance), and
  • free tickets to all events held over the Varuna festival weekend, including networking opportunities, and access to the festival green room.

Eligibility

The recipient must be:

  • under 35 on 1 December 2017,
  • an SA resident for at least the past 12 months,
  • able to take up the residency on the above dates, and
  • have a current work in progress.

Selection Criteria

The recipient will be selected by representatives of the SA Writers Centre staff, board and a South Australian Varuna alumnus. Selection will be based on:

  • The impact of the opportunity on the writer,
  • the ambition and potential of the project, and
  • the quality of the support material.

To apply

Please submit a single PDF document containing the following materials to admin@sawriters.org.au:

  • Your contact details,
  • a bio (max 150 words),
  • a statement addressing how the opportunity will benefit you (max. 250 words),
  • a synopsis of your project (max. 1 page), and
  • artistic support material (writing, illustrations, etc; max. 10 pages including links).

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers, and those from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, are encouraged to apply.

Applications close on Friday 1 December, 5pm.

The successful recipient will notified by Monday 18 December, 5pm.

If you have any questions, feel free to get in contact with us.

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Aimee Knight <![CDATA[The George Town Literary Exchange returns]]> https://sawriters.org.au/?p=29400 2017-11-01T04:41:20Z 2017-11-01T01:20:52Z We’re delighted to announce Jelena Dinic as this year’s recipient of the George Town Literary Exchange. Jelena will feature in the 2017 George Town Literary Festival program before spending time at Rimbun Dahan, a private arts residency space in Malaysia. Jelena migrated to Australia from Serbia in her teens and […]

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We’re delighted to announce Jelena Dinic as this year’s recipient of the George Town Literary Exchange.

Jelena Dinic headshot

Jelena will feature in the 2017 George Town Literary Festival program before spending time at Rimbun Dahan, a private arts residency space in Malaysia.

Jelena migrated to Australia from Serbia in her teens and writes in both Serbian and English. Her work has been published in leading Australian journals and anthologies. Her chapbook Buttons on My Dress (2015) is a reflection on her journey from Serbia to the Adelaide Hills, where she now lives with her family.

Her poem ‘The Silence of Siskins’ (2015) was selected and published in The Best Australian Poems 2016. She currently runs Friendly Street Poets Featured Poet Series and a poetry group at Thebarton Senior College where she works.

This annual exchange program is the result of a partnership between SA Writers Centre and the George Town Literary Festival. In 2018, we’ll welcome Bernice Chauly – author, poet and GTLF director – as our first international resident writer at SA Writers Centre. But more on that later…

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Sarah Tooth <![CDATA[New Career Support Programs for South Australian writers]]> https://sawriters.org.au/?p=29000 2017-10-23T00:43:36Z 2017-10-17T23:33:03Z First Draft, Manuscript Incubator, and Career Track When it comes to writers’ needs across their journey, one size definitely does not fit all. So we’re pleased to launch three new career support programs designed specifically for South Australian writers, tailored to our community’s diverse and evolving needs. In 2018, we’ll […]

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First Draft, Manuscript Incubator, and Career Track

Three New Career Support ProgramsWhen it comes to writers’ needs across their journey, one size definitely does not fit all. So we’re pleased to launch three new career support programs designed specifically for South Australian writers, tailored to our community’s diverse and evolving needs.

In 2018, we’ll offer two distinct strands of programming for unpublished authors, suitable for fiction and narrative nonfiction writers:

  • First Draft for writers working to complete their first manuscript, and
  • Manuscript Incubator for writers with a completed manuscript looking for publication.

We are also very excited to launch the first year-long support program for published writers in Australia: Career Track.

Career Track has been put together with advice and feedback from South Australian mid-career, ‘mid-list’ writers. It’s aimed at those facing the challenges of building and sustaining a career, navigating a rapidly changing industry, and struggling to find the means to commit fully to their writing projects. The program will provide information, advice and connections, along with peer and professional support. You’ll access seminars and presentations on the business of writing, plus monthly meetings to delve deep into issues and share the challenges and joys of a writing career. 

Open by application, Career Track is suitable for all published authors, including poets, and writers of fiction and narrative nonfiction.

Spaces in all three programs are limited.

As always, we’re committed to supporting writers from diverse backgrounds, regional areas and those with other access issues. Please contact us for details if this applies to you.

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Aimee Knight <![CDATA[We have a new home!]]> https://sawriters.org.au/?p=28730 2017-11-12T23:13:17Z 2017-10-06T00:32:51Z We’re thrilled to announce an exciting new chapter for SA Writers Centre. From November, we’ll have a home in – and partnership with – the State Library of South Australia. In the heart of Adelaide’s cultural strip, we’ll be based in the Institute Building on North Terrace. For more than thirty years, […]

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We’re thrilled to announce an exciting new chapter for SA Writers Centre. From November, we’ll have a home in – and partnership with – the State Library of South Australia. In the heart of Adelaide’s cultural strip, we’ll be based in the Institute Building on North Terrace.

For more than thirty years, we’ve been the place writers come to for learning, advice, support and connection. From our new offices in the State Library, we’ll take our program to the community across South Australia like never before.

New office spaces are just the beginning in a suite of announcements coming over the next few months. The board and staff have been working together this year to reshape our organisation, our priorities, and the ways in which we can support writers to realise their dreams in bold, new ways. These will include a range of programs, venues, partners and professional opportunities.

From today, you can interact with us in person in venues across South Australia, and online. You can:

  • make bookings and renew your membership via this website, email, or over the phone;
  • ask questions and make enquiries via email or phone;
  • make appointments to get advice and support from our staff;
  • meet fellow members and writers at free events and other networking opportunities, such as our monthly member meet ups and quarterly literary industry drinks;
  • and from 2018, you can join us at regular Open Sessions, where you can ask questions and meet the staff and board.

We are very excited for the future, and can’t wait to share more announcements with you really soon. Keep an eye on our e-news and Facebook page to be the first in the know.

In the meantime, happy writing!

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Marketing Manager <![CDATA[Cultural Centre for the Dead – alive with opportunities for writers!]]> https://sawriters.org.au/?p=25439 2017-05-24T05:08:56Z 2017-05-10T02:55:06Z The SA Writers Centre, in partnership with the Adelaide Cemeteries Authority, has announced an exciting new round of free workshops and events as part of the ongoing Cultural Centre for the Dead project. Run in the surrounds of Enfield Memorial Park, the Cultural Centre for the Dead is a community […]

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The SA Writers Centre, in partnership with the Adelaide Cemeteries Authority, has announced an exciting new round of free workshops and events as part of the ongoing Cultural Centre for the Dead project.

Run in the surrounds of Enfield Memorial Park, the Cultural Centre for the Dead is a community based project which – through creative writing and performance – seeks to open a dialogue with writers from diverse cultural backgrounds on their experience of a universal yet shared topic: death. Specifically the project seeks to uncover the ways in which traditional death practices can impact and influence the way we live our lives.

The free Creative Writing Workshops are aimed at new and active writers from diverse cultural backgrounds and will be led by experienced writing teachers and artists, Manal Younus and Alexis West.

Using creative prompts, these workshops will explore themes of mortality, belief and the ceremonies and stories that we construct around death. And they aim to extend the discussion around the ways these stories can lead us to live more deeply.

Participants need not be experienced writers but they must be willing to explore and share their personal beliefs about mortality. Spaces are very limited though so register your interest early at www.sawriters.org.au.

Creative works developed as part of the workshop series will be performed at an evening event held at Enfield Memorial Park, 6pm Saturday 8 July. This free community function will include readings, performance, music and dance, plus food and refreshments, and will have an emphasis on the diversity of the local community.

The Cultural Centre of the Dead Anthology, including a selection of creative pieces developed during the ongoing project, will also be curated, compiled, and distributed by the Adelaide Cemetery Authority and SA Writers Centre.

Key dates:

Workshop 1: Thursday 25 May 10am – 1pm

Workshop 2: Sunday 4 June 10am – 1pm

Workshop 3: Saturday 17 June 10am – 1pm

Workshop 4: Thursday 22 June 6pm – 9pm

Reading Event: Saturday 8 July 6pm

Note: The workshops are identical, repeated events. Please register your interest for your preferred date. Bookings will be confirmed closer to the event.

Workshop and Event Bookings are essential. Register at www.sawriters.org.au or call SA Writers Centre on 08 8223 7662.

 

PRESENTERS
Manal Younus
is a storyteller and creative producer. As a Muslim with Eritrean origins living in Australia, the young writer and spoken word artist uses her poetry to both discover and strengthen her identity as well as to spark thought and discussions amongst those around her. In 2015, the two time National Poetry Slam finalist self published her first book of poetry titled ‘Reap’ and has since toured the within Australia and overseas performing her work and facilitating workshops to develop the work of new writers.

Alexis West has worked as a dancer, choreographer, performer, writer, poet, theatre-maker and filmmaker over the past 20 years. As a Birri Gubba, Wakka Wakka and Kanak woman, Alexis is passionate about First Nation people’s voices, as well as the stories of people with disability and people from diverse backgrounds. She has worked as an artistic director, writer, and facilitator for organisations including the Karrikarrinya Theatre Collective, SA Writers Centre, Spirit Festival, Our Mob, Art Gallery SA, and Adelaide Fringe. Alexis has devised and directed new works for No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability since 2008, and worked as AD, co-writer and performer for State Theatre Company SA.

 

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.

 

          

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Marketing Manager <![CDATA[South Australian Hachette Mentorship Winners Announced]]> https://sawriters.org.au/?p=24887 2017-04-27T08:51:44Z 2017-04-27T08:42:30Z In conjunction with Hachette Australia, we are pleased to announce Jessie Byrne and Dee Ayer as joint winners of the second South Australian Hachette Mentoring Program. Byrne and Ayer will work with Sophie Hamley, Publisher at Hachette Australia and former literary agent, to develop their manuscripts to publication standard. Sarah Tooth, […]

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In conjunction with Hachette Australia, we are pleased to announce Jessie Byrne and Dee Ayer as joint winners of the second South Australian Hachette Mentoring Program.

Byrne and Ayer will work with Sophie Hamley, Publisher at Hachette Australia and former literary agent, to develop their manuscripts to publication standard. Sarah Tooth, Director of the SA Writers Centre called the award a unique mentoring opportunity for South Australian writers.

‘Submissions were sought from writers across the state late last year. The selection process was a difficult one due to the extremely high quality of entries, again underlining the deep pool of talent in South Australia,’ she said.

‘The Hachette Mentoring Program exists so that writers who aren’t in Sydney or Melbourne can have a channel into the Australian publishing industry, and also so that we are able to discover great new Australian writing, as has been the case two years in a row now with the entries from the SA Writers Centre,’ said Sophie Hamley from Hachette Australia.

The mentorship provides an opportunity for emerging writers to work closely with a leading industry expert and major publishing house. The winners will receive professional feedback on their manuscripts, and will have the chance to learn about the industry and getting published. The mentorship will continue until the writers feel that they do not need further assistance, or the Publisher feels that they are unable to be of further assistance to the writers.

For both writers, the South Australian Hachette Mentoring Program win has offered a unique opportunity. ‘The book is flawed and needs lots of work. To have the attention and guidance of a senior editor from a leading publisher is an enormous privilege. I intend to make the most of the opportunity,’ said Jessie Byrne.

‘I’ve been writing for decades and squeezing it in between jobs, earning a living and having five children. Last year for the first time I had the chance to write pretty much full time and finished the first draft of Angel Port. It was a long shot applying for the Hachette mentorship. When I heard I was a co-winner I was, frankly, overwhelmed,’ said Jessie Byrne.

‘I’ve been working on my manuscript for a while but was really stuck with getting it to that level where it was good enough to be sent to a publisher. I entered the Hachette mentorship because I really need feedback from an experienced eye to help me take my writing to that next level,’ said Dee Ayer.

The 2016 winners, Rose Hartly and Liana Skrzypczak both got a lot out of their mentorships with Hamley.

‘Sophie has been a wonderful mentor and the Hachette Mentoring Program an invaluable opportunity to have an expert set of eyes on my work. With Sophie’s advice on how to emphasise Declan’s hero’s journey, my novel, ‘Shadow Walkers’, now has more tension,  emotion, ‘light and shade’ than I was able to conceive on my own,’ said Liana. ‘As an ex-agent, Sophie is also a wealth of knowledge on the Australian and international book industry as a whole and has always been eager to answer any questions about the market along the way.’

‘The Hachette Mentoring Program has been a unique opportunity to work with an editor with years of experience, without the pressure of a deadline or publishing contract. Sophie gives me feedback on plot, structure and character, but more than that, she is an encouraging voice when I need one. To new and emerging writers in South Australia with an unpublished manuscript: if you want to take a leap forward in your craft, push yourself through the difficult task of rewriting and revising your work to a better standard and gain insight you can’t find elsewhere, apply to the SA Writers Centre Hachette Mentoring program,’ said Rose.

We at the Centre are excited to see what Dee and Jessie achieve with this amazing opportunity.

 

About the Winners:

Jessie Byrne

Jessie Byrne has spent her writing life mainly on government policy and planning documents. In 2012, freed of full time work, she completed an MA in Creative Writing at the University of Adelaide and is now working toward a PhD in that field. Jessie has worked in Canberra, Israel, Hobart and Adelaide. She is the mother of five, is married to Mike, and lives in the Adelaide beachside suburb of Port Noarlunga. Byrne’s manuscript, Angel Port, is a contemporary literary fiction/crime novel for adults. It tells the story of Nathan Newland, a Melbourne high-flyer who is forced to take a minor contract position in the Victorian coastal town of Angel Port. He is unprepared for the town’s secrets and he is presented with a choice between safety or tarnished, uncomfortable renewal.

Dee Ayer

Dee Ayers wrote essays and short articles before deciding to try her hand at fiction. After writing several short stories, and with some success in short story competitions, she decided to write a full-length novel. Ayer’s project, The Syndicate, is a commercial fiction novel about the beautiful, yet highly self-critical, Isabella Caruso and her work colleagues. When the office wins a lottery, they realise the only thing standing in the way of their dreams is each other. Greed and desperation lead them down the darkest of paths, rules are broken, friendships are shed, and morals discarded, as they seek to out manoeuvre each other to hold on to their share.

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Marketing Manager <![CDATA[Announcing our April-June Program!]]> https://sawriters.org.au/?p=23021 2017-04-05T05:31:09Z 2017-03-09T01:20:23Z Our April-June Program has launched! This quarter we’ve got something for everyone; from the writing curious, beginners and beyond, to business writers, those looking to explore and challenge their creativity through words, and writers who want to extend their craft. We are also excited to be working with Express Media to bring […]

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Our April-June Program has launched! This quarter we’ve got something for everyone; from the writing curious, beginners and beyond, to business writers, those looking to explore and challenge their creativity through words, and writers who want to extend their craft.

We are also excited to be working with Express Media to bring Tracks: Adelaide to life in April, an incredible opportunity for young writers. And we can’t wait to see what our friends at Penola Arts Festival have in store for us in May.

So check out the April – June 2017 Program here, or visit our Workshops and Events pages on our website to book.

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Marketing Manager <![CDATA[Announcing the Stella Sparks campaign!]]> https://sawriters.org.au/?p=21678 2017-01-25T07:16:41Z 2017-01-25T07:12:17Z The Stella Prize announces nonfiction Stella Sparks campaign celebrating nonfiction writing by Australian women The Stella Prize, Australia’s leading literary organisation celebrating Australian women’s writing, has launched its 2017 awareness and fundraising campaign: nonfiction Stella Sparks. This year, the Stella Prize is highlighting the impact of nonfiction writing by women […]

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The Stella Prize announces nonfiction Stella Sparks campaign celebrating nonfiction writing by Australian women

The Stella Prize, Australia’s leading literary organisation celebrating Australian women’s writing, has launched its 2017 awareness and fundraising campaign: nonfiction Stella Sparks.

This year, the Stella Prize is highlighting the impact of nonfiction writing by women on Australian culture and society by encouraging readers to share their ‘nonfiction Stella Spark’ – their favourite work of nonfiction by an Australian woman. A range of high-profile Australian writers, journalists, media personalities, artists and musicians and will share their own Stella Sparks in support of the campaign.

Anyone who loves reading and believes in gender equality is invited to engage in the conversation by sharing their nonfiction Stella Spark – be it a book, essay, article or other piece of nonfiction – and the story of why they chose it on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, using the hashtag “#StellaSpark”.

Moreover, to survive and thrive into the future, the Stella Prize needs financial support, and thus supporters are also encouraged to become a Stella Spark Donor by making donations to the Stella Prize. Stella Spark donors will be recognised on the Stella Prize website, and be eligible to receive a goodie bag including a writer’s diary and a book of nonfiction writing by Australian women. Visit the website for more information about donating: http://www.thestellaprize.com.au/sparks.

The nonfiction Stella Sparks campaign will be celebrated at an event on 7 February at Giant Dwarf Theatre in Sydney, at which special guests including 2016 Stella Prize winner Charlotte Wood, 2016 Stella Prize shortlistee Fiona Wright, playwright and star of Black Comedy Nakkiah Lui, and performance artist and poet Candy Royalle will each share a true story of their own. Stella Prize judges Delia Falconer and Ben Law will also announce the 2017 Stella Prize longlist at the event, which will be hosted by Julia Zemiro.

The nonfiction Stella Sparks campaign reaches out to a broad, passionate community of nonfiction readers and book-lovers who share the values of the Stella Prize, and who will create and participate in the vital conversation about gender equality, diversity and cultural change in Australian literature.

Aviva Tuffield, Executive Director of the Stella Prize, says:

“The nonfiction Stella Sparks campaign seeks to recognise and celebrate the powerful cultural contribution of nonfiction writing by Australian women. Support for Australian women writers is at the heart of every initiative undertaken by Stella, including the annual $50,000 prize, the Stella Schools Program, and the Stella Count. We invite all lovers of nonfiction to join the conversation by sharing their nonfiction Stella Spark, and to consider donating to the Stella Prize.”

For more information please contact:

Veronica Sullivan, Stella Prize Manager veronica@thestellaprize.com.au / 0438 068 033

www.thestellaprize.com/sparks

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Marketing Manager <![CDATA[Queer Readings – Mag Merrilees]]> https://sawriters.org.au/?p=21367 2017-01-17T07:30:25Z 2017-01-17T07:29:08Z By Christmas all my books were in boxes, where they will stay for the next six months while we get some work done on the house. The boxes are neatly stashed in the ex-table-tennis-room of some friends. ‘Ex’ because no table tennis will be played for quite some time: these […]

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By Christmas all my books were in boxes, where they will stay for the next six months while we get some work done on the house. The boxes are neatly stashed in the ex-table-tennis-room of some friends. ‘Ex’ because no table tennis will be played for quite some time: these generous friends already had someone else’s belongings stored there as well.

I’m telling you about this because when the new year dawned and I began to think about running a workshop, ‘Writing Queer Lives’. I realised that I had promised a look at what other writers have written, how they have tackled the issue of non-straight subjects. And normally I would start by scanning my own bookshelves for my personal favourites.

Whoops. Book shelves not there anymore.

Anyone who has ever moved house (is there anyone who hasn’t?) will know that boxes of books are heavy. So of course they are at the bottom of the stacks of tables, chairs, washing machines etc in the ex-table-tennis-room. The idea of excavating to find the exact boxes that happen to have LGBTQI+Questioning+Diverse books in them is more than a little daunting.

But never mind. After a swim and a good night’s sleep I realised that instead I could embark on one of my favourite exercises, a treasure hunt.

The public library system has already found me a copy of Christopher Isherwood’s ‘Christopher and His Kind’. A friend has produced Dorothy Porter’s ‘The Monkey’s Mask’, and another friend has promised Virginia Woolf’s ‘Orlando’, Annie Proulx’s ‘Brokeback Mountain’ and that old lesbian classic ‘The Wanderground’ by Sally Gearhart. And I know my book group will come through with some of the trans novels we’ve been reading, and maybe ‘The Testosterone Files’, and and and …

I’m away! I look forward to time in various libraries and more foraging on every bookshelf I come across between now and 5th February.

A few sentences from other writers, and some shared ideas and experiences of our own, should be enough to stir our thoughts and get us writing for ourselves. Do join me! It will be fun. Everyone is welcome, you don’t have to own any of the LGBTQ etc initials. See you there.

Mag Merrilees
www.margaretmerrilees.com

 

You can register for Writing Queer Lives here.

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