Tania Cox‘s picture book What’s at the End of this Piece of Rope was published by Hachette in April.
Jo Sandhu‘s novel Tarin of the Mammoths: The Exile has won the Readings Children’s Book Prize.
Damen O’Brien‘s poems To a Poet and Masterpieces were published in TEXT Journal Vol 22 No. 1.
Lynne Lumsden Green‘s retelling of the Cinderella tale Ashley will be included in the fourth volume of the Clarion Call.
A. G. Pettet‘s poems have been published in Oxford Poetry (UK), World Literature Today (US) and Issue 153 of Island Magazine (AUS). They also have a short fiction piece ‘North’ appearing in The Cortland Review (US) in June 2018.
Belinda Raposo was accepted into AFTRS National Talent Camp, an Australian Film Television and Radio School week-long program for diverse screenwriters, which was held in Sydney, and is an initiative supported by Screen Australia, Screen Queensland and state bodies.
Helene Young‘s seventh novel Return to Roseglen will be released on 2nd July, 2018 by Penguin Australia.
The Australasian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP) / Australian Short Story Festival (ASSF) short story prize invites entries to the 2018 competition. Prize: —a ticket to the Australian Short Story Festival (ASSF) 19-21 October 2018 (Perth), accommodation for the duration of the festival and economy airfares to and from the festival (*Terms and Conditions apply)….
Share Your Story is for aspiring authors who would like to learn from published authors and industry professionals as they share the story behind the story. Where: Wynnum Library When: Saturday 23 June 9.30am-12.30pm Cost: $35 + fee More information
Aesop and The Saturday Paper have been cultural partners since 2014, promoting the written word through an annual calendar of events. Together, they nurture writers of longform non-fiction through The Horne Prize, an essay award valued at $15,000. This year’s prize will be presented in early December for an essay of up to 3000 words,…