What better way to kick off the festival season than with every book-lover’s favourite event, Adelaide Writers’ Week?
Adelaide Cabaret Festival sees Australia's TV and stage favourite, Julia Zemiro, as Artistic Director in 2019!
Culture in the widest sense is promoted through the many books displayed at the Once And Again Cafe, by events, markets, music and an authors’ group who meet at the café.
Chloe Sargeant has won the coveted LGBTI Journalist of the Year last night at the Inaugural LGBTI Awards in Sydney.
A fascinating and entertaining biography that describes the life of South Australian poet CJ Dennis who was born in 1876 and lived on both sides of the track.
Red heads unite as a cabaret show celebrating the power of the red headed woman comes to the Rhino Room
Publishing platform Tablo has partnered with Momentum, the digital arm of major Australian publishing house Pan Macmillan, to uncover the next generation of bestselling authors.
The SA Writers Centre is presenting a program of masterclasses and bootcamps to help the writing community develop their craft, find their genre, know their business and immerse themselves in their writing.
The SA Writers Centre is hoping to encourage South Australia’s next Hannah Kent by running a Writing Bootcamp for teenagers.
Writing Australia’s Unpublished Manuscript Award [WAUMA] is now open for submissions. The $10,000 cash prize and $2,000 mentorship will aid in the development of the next stage of an unpublished adult fiction manuscript. It will be granted to the work that shows the greatest promise and is likely to benefit most from this opportunity.