Senior Writers

Aspiring writers – Links & News

Some places to visit…

Rolling Stone

The National Library of Australia – Library news, details about Fellowships on offer – think about the future,  the book shop, e resources.

Australian literary magazines

Australian Council for the Arts Literary journals – opportunities for writers.

Australian Poetry Find out about the National Poetry Festival, education news, opportunities. publications, news & much more. Take a look at the School Poet Laureate Program

Brain Pickings  From the website -‘ LEGO treasure chest, full of pieces across art, design, science, technology, philosophy, history, politics, psychology, sociology, ecology, anthropology, you-name-itology.  Resources to empower you to combine them into original concepts that are stronger, smarter, richer, deeper and more impactful — a modest, curiosity-driven exercise in vision- and mind-expansion.’ Phew!

Victoria & Albert Museum – a great repository – take a look at the book art pages or the artists books or the creative writing projects. There are pages about haiku, free verse, etc. Many ideas.

The Tate – pages for context & content where you can read articles & leave comments.

Granta – the magazine of new writing RSS feed or subscribe to On-line newsletter.

From http://www.granta.com/About Granta does not have a political or literary manifesto, but it does have a belief in the power and urgency of the story, both in fiction and non-fiction, and the story’s supreme ability to describe, illuminate and make real. As the Observer wrote of Granta: ‘In its blend of memoirs and photojournalism, and in its championing of contemporary realist fiction, Granta has its face pressed firmly against the window, determined to witness the world.’

The Underage News, sport, arts etc.

myShakespeare : measuring Shakespeares digital heartbeat. Introduced by Tim Minchin How to get involved ? Twitter, Flickr & eBay. Visit the Gallery to share images & ideas. Blog, Twitter & Facebook to be in the conversation.

The Man Booker Prize

After reading The God of Small Things, it seems like a good opportunity to promote The Man Booker Prize  – my recent read is a past winner.

Nominations must come from authors who are citizens of the Commonwealth or the Republic of Ireland The book must be published in the United Kingdom for the first time in the year of the prize. The novel must be an original work in English (not a translation) and must not be self-published.

Book & Art Daily Podcasts on Radio National Access to past progams, podcasts and feeds. Author interviews are brilliant. 

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