Applications for the next round of our Blogger in Residence program are now open.
This opportunity is open to emerging writers who would like to build their portfolio and see their work published regularly on Capital Letters, reaching out to our large, established audience.
Applications will close on May 6. For more information about the program, and details on how to apply, click here.
Events & Workshops
10am-4pm Saturday 30 April
With hands-on exercises, this class will cover the whole spectrum of fiction editing, from structural editing, through continuity editing, to copy editing and proofreading.
Dr Pippa Carron is a free-lance nonfiction writer, editor, trainer, facilitator and consultant. She currently works for a range government and private sector clients, delivering training courses in writing skills and providing high-level writing and editing services.
10am-4pm Saturday 14 & Sunday 15 May
This masterclass and workshop is designed for aspiring screenwriters — from beginners to more proficient writers. By the end, students will understand the basics of screenwriting, experiment with screenplay structure, recognise industry-standard style, and plan their screenwriting process.
Dr Rie Natalenko, whose doctorate is in screenwriting, has won several national and international screenwriting awards, including the IF award for best unproduced screenplay.
10am-4pm Sunday 29 May
Writing under pressure can be exciting and productive. Drawing on fresh inspiration, as well as a personal accumulation of ideas, each writer will accept the challenge to construct the first draft of a new short story of between one and two thousand words over the course of one day.
Carmel Bird has been teaching writing since 1980 in universities and other places in Australia and overseas.