Author: Arianne James

Get that novel written in new year-long course

The Tasmanian Writers’ Centre is delighted to announce A Novel Journey – nine sessions over the course of 2015 designed to guide both budding and experienced writers alike through the journey of penning their very own masterpieces. A Novel Journey will be held in Hobart, starting March 29 respectively. The sessions will be held on weekend […]

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Don’t miss this chance! Omar Musa to inspire audiences in Hobart

In a rare event for Hobart, renowned spoken word and hip-hop poet Omar Musa will be delivering a skills-based workshop followed by a raw, edgy performance and open mic night on Saturday, March 28. The workshop and performance is presented by the Tasmanian Writers’ Centre in partnership with the Tasmanian Poetry Festival, and will be […]

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Tasmanian Writers’ Centre and Hachette Mentoring Program

The Tasmanian Writers’ Centre is excited to announce the Hachette Mentoring Program, which offers a professional mentorship opportunity for one Tasmanian writer a year to work with Sophie Hamley, Publisher with Hachette Australia and former President of the Australian Literary Agents’ Association. Applications will open Monday June 1 and close 5pm, Friday June 26. You […]

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PEN Lecture – An Evening with Graphic Artists Pat Armstrong and Nicki Greenberg

The Tasmanian Writers’ Centre is hosting an evening with award-winning graphic novelist Nicki Greenberg and political commentary comic designer Pat Armstrong, in partnership with Her Majesty’s Favourite Really Great Graphical Festival 2015. Pat Armstrong In early 2014, millionaire Graeme Wood pulled the funding to his experiment in Australian web-journalism, the Global Mail. The final piece […]

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