There will be an all-day seminar on Fiction on Saturday 19th October, at the Library at the Dock. Guest speakers are Penni Russon, Caroline Webber and Les Zigomanis. The poster with details for this event is here: Fiction Seminar Poster… Continue Reading
The September newsletter is now available, here and on the newsletter page. Please note, the September meeting is on Friday September 20th, as September 27th is a public holiday.
The August newsletter is now available, here and on the newsletter page. The August meeting is on Friday August 30th, at 11am, in the Jenny Florence Room at Ross House. This is the AGM of the society, which will be… Continue Reading
The July newsletter is now available, here and on the newsletter page. The July meeting is on Friday July 26th, at the Library at the Dock.
A packed and busy June meeting included a presentation by Sue Gunningham about writing memoir. This was based on her book ‘All the Days After’, a moving account of the aftermath of losing her partner in the Black Saturday fires.… Continue Reading
POETRY SEMINAR Saturday 20 July 2019 10am–4pm Library at the Dock: Performance Space, Lvl 2, 107 Victoria Harbour Promenade, Docklands, Victoria 3008 Members: $40; Non-members $60. *Lunch included. For more details of the day, see the copy of the programme… Continue Reading
The April Life-writing Seminar was much appreciated by all who attended. A full report on the event is included in the May newsletter, available here and on the Newsletter page.
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
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