Congratulations to these talented winners.
Coincidence or related that Nicole Kelly writes about Ned Kelly...
Volunteer judges' gold-plated experience.
Debbie Terranova explains the importance of research in the writing process.
How Indie Publishing can create better writers and give readers something worth reading about. The growth in self-publishing has made it easier for almost any author to be published, and not held to ransom by the vagaries of traditional publishing houses. But while anyone can have their work published, the important question is, should they? […]
Super-charged writing advice. My favourite book on writing.
David Reiter from Interactive Publications gives advice on publishing in a post COVID environment
Author, Cate Sawyer, on Pelican't and Pelican.
Social Media Hacks From Over 10 Years of Experience as a Digital Marketer Story and interview by Author and Podcaster David Bobis. Reprinted here with permission. As well as being the author of the newly released book (under a pen name), Everyday A**holes, I am an ex-Head of Digital Marketing for Studio Culture – a leading digital marketing […]
Hawkeye's on the look-out for topical non-fiction... insider tip.
Catching waves and capturing history. This pocket-sized book is oversized in Australian surf culture history.
Editing to word count for short story competitions...
A journey from domestic abuse to one of self-love and healing. Now Allison Rose Clark shares her wisdom.
Life-changing news for new novelist.
And the last four standing are ...
Hawkeye Publishing Manuscript Competition Long-List Announcement 2020
There's something about trauma ... our depths can surprise us. L. E. Daniels' on what inspired Serpent's Wake.
Is book publicity harder than writing a book? Find out with blogger Clancy Tucker.
$4,500 prize to the winner PLUS all entrants receive feedback on their manuscript.
High profile judges support debut prize.
Brush out the manuscript. $4,500 prize up for grabs!
Teacher Librarian recommends Discombobulated for children to develop a love of words.
The debut author/reader event, Wild Readings Northside, at Toasted Cafe Everton Park to be repeated.
A multicultural perspective of the experiences of female civilians during World War 2.