Get writing online

Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Writers Victoria

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Find it difficult to attend writing events? Writers Victoria is proud to announce a new suite of online writing clinics, webinars, courses and more.

Our Season 2 program includes another five email correspondence clinics running from July to December 2016.

Short fiction writers can take their pick of Beginners Short Story Clinc with Demet Divaroren, Intermediate Short Story Clinic with Steven Amsterdam, or our Advanced Short Story with Laurie Steed. Emerging essayists, journalists or non-fiction feature writers can find out what and where to pitch with our Features Clinic with Jenny Valentish. And poets can get direct feedback on their works or collections with our Poetry Clinic with Terry Jaensch.

These email correspondence courses give writers personalised feedback on monthly submissions from their tutor and fellow participants – regardless of their location or access requirements. Whether it’s polishing one piece for submission or getting feedback on five pieces over five months, participants have the chance be mentored by a critically acclaimed writer and get feedback on all aspects of their work.

The program also includes the latest in our webinar series, with WV tutor Jackey Coyle sharing tips on how to make a living as a writer with our webminar on The Freelance Life in October.

New in our Season 2 program is our first-ever Online Novel Intensive with Phillipa Martin, to help you tackle your project through a combination of webinars, submissions and feedback.

And we'll be back for another Q&A Day Online on Facebook on the 9th of August, to answer all of your wirting and publishing questions.

We’ll see online very soon.