Judging by the feedback we’ve received from our six-part podcast series, Better Reading on Writing, there are a lot of people out there who dream of writing a book. So you’ve listened to the podcast, but what next? Where do you begin? Our advice is to sign up for a writing course. Not only do reputable courses teach you writing or publishing skills, but they also provide a supportive community and a place to start networking.
Writing NSW offers a range of online courses, giving you the opportunity to learn from established authors, including Anwen Crawford, Tegan Bennett Daylight, Ryan O’Neill and Fiona Wright, and more.
Writing NSW online courses are open to everyone, allowing you to network with writers from across Australia, and receive both tutor and peer feedback. You can learn from anywhere with an internet connection, whether at home or away, and develop your skills at your own pace.
Upcoming courses include Online: Creative Non-Fiction with Anwen Crawford, and Online: Self-Publish Your Book with Joel Naoum. On a personal note, Joel Naoum was my publisher at Momentum/Pan Macmillan and he is one of the most knowledgable people in the country on digital publishing. At Writing NSW, you learn from the best.
To book your spot, visit Writing NSW.