Welcome to our program of events for July – December 2017
Jane Harper ● Nalini Singh ● Emily Maguire ● CS Pacat ● Ben Law ● Matthew Condon ● Laura Jean McKay ● Krissy Kneen ● Melina Marchetta ● Mary-Rose MacColl ● Delilah S Dawson ● Michelle Law ● Nick Earls ● Tom Doig ● Warren Ward ● Anna Campbell ● Toni Risson ● John Ahern ● Shannon Horsfall ● Zanni Louise ● Jeff Apter ● Finegan Kruckemeyer ● Andie Fox ● Pamela Rushby ● Tiana Templeman ● Alex Adsett ● Brian Tucker ● Dave Lowe ● Pamela Cook ● James Phelan
From Star Wars universe writers through to internationally acclaimed playwrights, contract, finance and public speaking specialists, children’s and YA authors, art critics, travel writers, memoirists, oral historians and New York Times best-selling authors, this program caters to a wide range of writing interests and is facilitated by experienced tutors and practitioners. Our latest program brings together a treasure trove of experience, expertise and everything you need to further your writing ambitions – develop your skills, learn more about the business of writing and be inspired!
The program offers something for writers at all stages of their career: from beginner through to established levels. It is notoriously difficult to define these levels, but it is arguably worse to be a beginner in a workshop for established writers or vice-versa. For this reason, we have provided some simple guides to help you determine which QWC sessions are right for you. If you require further clarification about program suitability, don’t hesitate to contact us.
As our 2017 program draws to a close, stayed tuned for our January-June 2018 program, which will be released to members on 27 November and to the public on 1 December.
A guide to writer levels
Beginner: An introduction to the subject.
Intermediate: You have some knowledge and experience of the subject.
Emerging: You have some professional experience and peer recognition.
Established: You have considerable professional experience and peer recognition.
A guide to event formats
Panel: One to three guests in conversation with a moderator.
Salon: Three or more writers reading a selection of their work to an audience.
Seminar: A lecture-style presentation that could involve audience interaction.
Course: Part seminar, part workshop; held over cumulative days, weeks or months.