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From the Chair  
SWW-WA Chairperson

 

Welcome to The Society of Women Writers WA

 

 

THE BRONZE QUILL SHORT STORY COMPETITION

IS NOW OPEN!!

ENTRY FORM CAN BE DOWNLOADED FROM THE EVENTS TAB

FOR FINANCIAL MEMBERS OF SWWWA ONLY

 

 

20/04/21 Citiplace Committee Meeting 9.30am – 12md
General Meeting 12.15pm – 2pm
Guest Speaker: David Whish-Wilson
Topic: Crime Writing
Book Editors Club 2pm – 3pm

Writing Murder & Mayhem

Structuring Your Crime Novel

Citiplace Community Centre

Large conference Room

Saturday, August 13, 2022

12.30 pm - 5pm

 Tutor: Helen Iles

Download the flyer from the Events Tab for further details

Bookings are essential

Please email swwwabookingofficer@gmail.com  to book

or telephone   0429 116 395 for further information

 

General Meeting

16th August 2022

at Citiplace Community Centre

Committee Meeting 9.30 - 12.00

General Meeting 12.15pm  -  2pm

Guest Speaker: Clive Newman, Writers' Agent

Topic: Do I really Need an Agent?

Book Editors Club   2pm – 3pm

 

 

Kalgoorlie Creative Writing Workshops

John Forrest Room, Quality Inn Railway Motel & Function Centre

51 /Forrest Street Kalgoorlie

Saturday, August 20 and Sunday August 21, 2022

See Flyer on Events Page for programme

 Tutors: Helen Iles and Maria Bonar

 

Download the flyer from the Events Tab for further details

Bookings are essential

Please email swwwabookingofficer@gmail.com  to book

or telephone   0429 116 395 for further information

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY WRITING CLASSES IN THE CITY

Citiplace Community Centre

Small conference Room

Editing Workshop

Tutor: Helen Iles

Dates: August 3rd, 10th, 24th, 31st.

Anyone can tell a story, but can you write it with pizzaz?

Can you catch and hold the reader and leave them remembering your superb metaphors?

Can you write economically and put punch in your scenes?

In these sessions, we will cover the basic rules of grammar,

and dissect your writing to make it gleam with perfection

and develop different writing styles.

 

 

WEDNESDAY WRITING CLASSES IN THE CITY

Citiplace Community Centre

Small conference Room

Flash Fiction/Micro Fiction Workshop

Tutor: Asha Rajan

Dates: September 14th and 28th and

October 5th and 12th.

Can you convey a whole story in a tight word count? People often think flash and micro fiction are easy to write because they’re short, but the short word count means you have to choose your words carefully. In this course we’ll look at various very short stories and the difference between flash and micro fiction. We’ll explore what makes these tiny stories successful or not, and how you can adopt successful techniques to write a complete story within the constraints of the word count.

 

 Seating is limited, therefore bookings are essential.

Please email swwwabookingofficer@gmail.com for a booking form.

 

General Meeting

16th August 2022

at Citiplace Community Centre

Committee Meeting 9.30 - 12.00

General Meeting 12.15pm  -  2pm

Guest Speaker: Clive Newman, Writers' Agent

Topic: Do I really Need an Agent?

Book Editors Club   2pm – 3pm

 

 

Kalgoorlie Creative Writing Workshops

John Forrest Room, Quality Inn Railway Motel & Function Centre

51 /Forrest Street Kalgoorlie

Saturday, August 20 and Sunday August 21, 2022

See Flyer on Events Page for programme

 Tutors: Helen Iles and Maria Bonar

 

Download the flyer from the Events Tab for further details

Bookings are essential

Please email swwwabookingofficer@gmail.com  to book

or telephone   0429 116 395 for further information

 

 

General Meeting

20th September 2022

at Citiplace Community Centre

Committee Meeting 9.30 - 12.00

General Meeting 12.15pm  -  2pm

Guest Speaker: Dr Josephine Taylor

Topic: Construction for Impact in Short Story Writing

Book Editors Club   2pm – 3pm

 

 

 

Updated 15th July 2022