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Queensland Writers Centre
Level 2, State Library of Queensland Stanley Place, South Brisbane, QLD 4101
South Brisbane, QLD, AU, 4101
Novelists’ Boot Camp with Kim Wilkins
Dates & Times
- Friday 2 Feb, 6-8pm
- Saturday 3 Feb, 10am-5pm
- Sunday 4 Feb, 10am-5pm
Don’t let your good idea go to waste—get it on the page over three days of intensive brainstorming, plotting and practical exercises.
Arm yourself with the tools and frameworks to support your story. Create a book map, face your writing fears and guide your ideas into a workable narrative. Not for the faint-hearted—prepare for an intensive weekend of planning and execution. Finish the weekend with a comprehensive plan to guide your first draft.
Note: admission to this course is by submission to ensure that projects are at a suitable stage of development; you will not be assessed on your writing. Once you have booked your place, you will be sent a short questionnaire to assist with this process. The questions are as follows:
- In 25 words or less, tell us about your project (including the title)
- In 100 words or less, tell us what stage of your project you are up to (please note: this course is designed for people in the early stages of their project)
- In 300 words or less, tell us what you hope to get out of Novelists’ Boot Camp
This is a course for intermediate and emerging writers. More information on program formats and level definitions can be found here.
Payment plans are available for this course. To arrange a plan, please phone QWC on (07) 3842 9922 between 10am and 4pm, Monday-Thursday.
About Kim Wilkins
Kim Wilkins is a Brisbane writer who has published 30 books across 20 languages. She writes fantasy under her own name, and contemporary women’s fiction under her pseudonym Kimberley Freeman. She has been a bestseller in several countries, and has won or been shortlisted for many awards. She researches and teaches popular fiction at The University of Queensland, from where she holds a PhD in medieval studies. Her favourite things in the world are good verbs, Led Zeppelin, misty English landscapes, and chihuahuas. Oh, and stories. She loves stories.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
Unless otherwise stated, QWC workshops and events are suitable for participants aged 16 years and over. If you are under 18 years of age, please check with us for suitability before purchasing a ticket.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Information on getting to the State Library of Queensland can be found here.
What can I bring into the event?
You can bring either pen and paper or a laptop along with you to write with. If you do bring a laptop, please remember to bring a power adaptor if necessary.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
You can contact us by phone on 07 3842 9922 or email us at email@example.com
What’s the refund policy?
If Queensland Writers Centre cancels an event, we will try to reschedule it for a later date. If we cannot reschedule the event, or if you are unable to attend on the amended date, your payment will be refunded in full.
Except in special circumstances, if you cancel a booking for, or are unable to attend an event, workshop, seminar, or course, Queensland Writers Centre cannot provide a refund. You can contact us to discuss your situation on 07 3842 9922 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Terms and Conditions
All information is correct at the time of publication. We reserve the right to make changes to the advertised program information (including course content and tutors), but if this occurs, we will try to provide as much notice as possible.
We expect that all participants will behave respectfully and professionally towards their tutor and fellow students. We reserve the right to remove anyone who behaves in an aggressive or disruptive manner. If a participant is asked to leave the class on this basis, we will not offer a refund.
We cannot accept responsibility for any loss, damage or expense sustained by students as a result of an event or circumstance whether arising from natural cause, human agency or beyond our control otherwise.