The Kathryn Purnell Poetry prize is now open for submissions. Full details and entry form are available here. SWWV members are also invited to submit work for consideration for inclusion in the next edition of Sparx.
There will be an all-day seminar on life writing on Saturday 11th May, at the Library at the Dock. Guest speakers are Michelle Scott Tucker, Hazel Edwards OAM, Ray Mooney and Debbie Lee. The poster for this event is here:… Continue Reading
The April meeting is on Friday April 26th at 11am, at Ross House in the Jenny Florence Room. The theme of the meeting will be poetry, in preparation for the Kathryn Purnell Poetry competition. Mary Jones will run a workshop… Continue Reading
The March newsletter is now available, here and on the newsletter page.
At the February meeting members shared their reading and writing from the holiday period. Some brought copies of books to recommend, and some read from their own work completed or in progress. This first meeting always covers a fascinating range… Continue Reading
Happy New Year to members. The newsletter is not far away but in the meantime we’d like to remind you about our first meeting for the year, THIS coming Friday at Ross House, Jenny Florence Room, 11am until 2pm. We’ll… Continue Reading
SWWVic postal workshops provide a valuable opportunity for members to share and critique their work. They are particularly appreciated by members who live far enough from the city to find it difficult to attend the regular monthly meetings. The once… Continue Reading
The November newsletter is now available, here and on the newsletter page.
The October meeting is on Friday October 26th, at Ross House in the Jenny Florence Room, from 11am onwards. It will include a workshop on writing dialogue, specifically duologues for radio or podcasts. The October newsletter is now available, here… Continue Reading
At the September meeting, members had the opportunity to share readings from their published works. This covered a fascinating variety of work, from large hardback illustrated books through slim volumes of poetry to magazine publications and some work in… Continue Reading