Australia's oldest writers' centre, Writers SA offers a wealth of resources.
Writers' Week Director Jo Dyer talks to Glam Adelaide about this year's line up of speakers and events.
A 90-minute workshop with award-winning UK actor, Molly Taylor, on the process and challenges of developing a 1-hour monologue for the stage.
A reference book that explores onomatopoeia (words that sound like what they mean), exploring everything from Aargh and Eek, to Woops and Yikes and everything in between.
A book for new novelists, breaking down how to prepare for and write the first draft, covering issues from point of view and characterisation to place setting, pace and grammar.
A fictional account of the life of author Charles Dickens in the time leading up to him writing one of his most enduring novels, "A Christmas Carol".
The former global copy editor of Buzzfeed looks at language, how it changes, and how it is used in the art of communication, including the use of emojis in text messaging and social media.
Three essays describing how growing up with two languages impacted the author and how her early love of reading focused on The Baby-Sitters Club series.
Writing True Stories asks ‘What is it like for anyone to be in the world?’ and explores answers through practical advice and lots of writing exercises.
A thought-provoking book that should help feature writers become comfortable in both the print and online worlds, featuring exercises and discussion topics.
A condensed guide to communications both print-based and online that will be useful for solo writers or those who work with other publishing professionals.
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.
You may not have heard of Adelaide duo Auguste, but you will want to, trust us... Hear their debut track here.
One of the nation’s best award winning young playwrights, Finegan Kruckemeyer, will be divulging his secrets of creating worlds and the characters and landscape that make up those fictional worlds, as part of SA Writers Centre’s Writing Boot Camp for Teens these April school holidays.
Former Ralph magazine editor, novelist and columnist, Mark Dapin, will be delivering a two day masterclass in Adelaide early April on how to write anything!
The SA Writers Centre is hoping to encourage South Australia’s next Hannah Kent by running a Writing Bootcamp for teenagers.