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Fellowship of Australian Writers WA

Supporting Western Australia's writing community

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Sunday Sessions now on sale

Four stellar authors to offer exclusive masterclasses at Mattie Furphy House on March 19

The FAWWA Sunday Sessions are on again on March 19, 2023!

Don't miss these small-group masterclasses presented by four of Western Australia's best authors.

Teaching on the day will be Natasha Lester, AJ Betts, Amanda Kendle, and Amanda Bridgeman.

New York Times bestselling author Natasha Lester will teach a session on researching and writing historical fiction.

AJ Betts, whose novel Zac & Mia was adapted into an Emmy Award-winning TV series, will run a session on writing for young adults.

Amanda Kendle will cover a session for writers wanting tips and tricks on how to launch and grow a following on social media.

Amanda Bridgeman will offer students a step-by-step guide on how to self-publish your professional work.

Don't delay, as tickets are likely to sell out. Reserve your seats now on Eventbrite by clicking here

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The Fellowship is proud to be a member of the Copyright Agency and has often benefited from its generous Cultural Fund. The Copyright Agency is an Australian not-for-profit organisation that has been standing up for creators for more than 40 years. They enable the reuse of copyright-protected words and images in return for fair payment to creators. FAWWA recommends that you ensure copyright over your own work as well as looking at what grants are available for writers. To check out the site click here.

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FAWWA would like to acknowledge Lotterywest for the generous grant that supported the purchase of equipment and furniture for Mattie Furphy House.


The Four Centres Emerging Writers Program is made possible by a grant from DLGSC.

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