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Writers of the Far South Coast | Short+Sweet Playwriting

Learn the craft of writing short, sharp plays which will entertain, transfix, influence and suspend disbelief. Develop your own story idea; discover the art of telling a grand narrative; how to write authentic dialogue; and create characters who’ll win hearts and move an audience to tears. Read more

Booranga Writers' Centre | Rajith Savanadasa: Writer in Residence

Melbourne author Rajith Savanadasa is the March writer in residence at Booranga Writers’ Centre for 2017. Rajith was born in Sri Lanka and now lives in Melbourne. He turned to creative writing in the final year of an engineering degree, which he followed up with the Professional Writing and Editing course at RMIT University. Read more

NSW Premier's History Awards 2017

Entries are now open for the NSW Premier's History Awards 2017. The NSW Premier's History Awards were first presented in 1997 to honour distinguished achievements in history by Australian citizens and permanent residents. Read more

Regional Arts Fund Project | Skywriters Project

Writers and aspiring writers are invited to join the Big Skies Collaboration Skywriters Project to author stories, in any genre, about their own or other people's relationships with celestial phenomena in our Southern Sky. Read more

Central West Library | Banjo Paterson Writing Awards

Enter the Banjo Paterson Writing Awards to be in the running for some great cash prizes. The are four categories – Short Story with a $1,000 first prize, Open Poetry with a $1,000 first prize, Bush Poetry with a $500 first prize and the ABC Central West Radio Children’s Writing Awards, with a first prize of $200. Read more

New England Regional Art Museum | Second Myall Creek Lecture Booked Out

The response to the New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM) lecture this Saturday by leading barrister and author Mark Tedeschi QC about the Myall Creek Massacre was reportedly so positive that Mark agreed to present a second lecture on Sunday morning after the first lecture booked out. Since the announcement of this second available lecture, the second lecture has also booked out! Read more