For nearly thirty years, the Queensland Writers Centre (QWC) has focused on supporting people who want to write. This year, we’re offering workshops for people who need to write in the course of their work and to help them achieve their professional goals. Our professional writing workshops are staffed by experienced real-world instructors who pass…

Queensland author Karen Foxlee‘s new novel Lenny’s Book of Everything promises to be one of the biggest books of 2018, after Allen & Unwin (and the team behind Marcus Zusak’s phenomenally successful novel The Book Thief) secured the publishing rights in a fiercely-competitive seven-way auction. Ahead of its much-anticipated release on 24 October, QWC member and author Chloë…

By Melinda Rogers, content specialist Enhancing reputation, driving engagement and building success are crucial in every organisation. One way to achieve this is by developing a solid content strategy to underpin your business objectives. So what exactly is a content strategy, and why does your business need one? To put it simply, a content strategy is about…

Queensland Writers Centre (QWC) has opened submissions for this year’s Manuscript Development Program, delivered in partnership with Hachette Australia, and for the first time is accepting Young Adult (YA) and general nonfiction entries.  Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, the QWC/Hachette Australia Manuscript Development Program is a unique creative and professional development opportunity designed to support emerging writers from across the Australia to refine an existing manuscript over a four-day intensive retreat. …

QWC member Deborah Lee Terranova has been awarded a Q ANZAC Fellowship at the announcement of the recently announced State Library of Queensland fellowships. It was one of nine fellowships and awards, collectively worth more than $100,000, announced at the Queensland Memory Awards ceremony in Brisbane. Dr Jennifer Moffatt, the winner of the $20,000 John Oxley…

    READERS tend to be extremely forgiving when a good story grabs them, and we fantasy writers rely on this suspension of disbelief to pull our readers down the rabbit hole of our twisted imaginations. It doesn’t take much though for the reader to pop back up out of the hole with an expression of…

Queensland Writers Centre has announced its July-December 2018 Program of Events, and it’s safe to say it has something for everyone! From major award-winners to critically-acclaimed essayists, from bestselling genre writers to internationally experienced publishers and editors, writers of all levels and interests are bound to find inspiration and education. Highlights include an essay writing workshop…

Queensland Poetry Festival have announced their two 2018 poets in residence! The two poets will play key roles in the festival program, including spending time getting to know local poets and audiences in Brisbane and regional Queensland. They will each host workshops, deliver readings and contribute to panel discussions as well as taking some time to write…

We’re so thrilled to announce that QWC member and tutor (and award-winning journalist, author and editor) Dr Ashley Hay has been announced as the new editor of Griffith Review. Ashley takes over from previous editor Professor Julianne Schultz, who will take up the position of Publisher. Read more here.

The winners of the 2017 Australian Romance Readers Awards, presented by the Australian Romance Readers Association (ARRA), have been announced, with Anne Gracie named Favourite Australian Romance Author for the third year in a row. Our heartiest congratulations to QWC member Kylie Scott for taking out Favourite Contemporary Romance for her book Twist! Gracie also…

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