When crime fiction helps literacy in Tasmania
A crime fiction book that's deliberately easy to read is targeted at helping Tasmania's literacy problems.
Romance as BookTok feminism? Australian authors disrupting the form
Competing with BookTok's global success and the traditional misogynistic response towards romance books, Australian authors are looking to innovate.
Book review: So Close to Home, Mick Cummins
A powerful and authentic tale of drug addiction.
Get Your Work Published: A Short Story Workshop with Claire Corbett
Claire Corbett takes you through the steps of what makes a short story stand out, and how you can increase…
Fairytale Fundamentals with Gabiann Marin
Explore the history and the foundational theories of mythic and fairytale writing to develop your own unique fairytale.
Writing Trauma with Meera Atkinson
Meera Atkinson invites those writing or looking to write trauma in any genre to explore this terrain.
Online Feedback: Short Stories with Ryan O’Neill
Get feedback on your short fiction in an online classroom environment with author Ryan O'Neill.
Narrative Structure for Fiction Writers with Timothy Daly
Learn the narrative structures and story patterns that lie beneath the surface of successful stories.
Writing Fiction From Life with Kavita Bedford
Look at different literary devices and ways to create a unique literary voice with author Kavita Bedford.
Book review: Beatrix & Fred, Emily Spurr
Two loners and their odd, off-kilter relationship.