The inaugural BAD: Sydney Crime Writers Festival explores what crime can tell us about humanity, both contemporary and historical. Writers, detectives, film-makers, ex-judges and others will consider this and also Sydney’s unique relationship with crime.
Courtesy of Dr Stuart Dawon, History Department, Monash University we've been given an opportunity to enjoy a downloadable transcript of G.W. Hall’s rare 1879 book, “The Kelly Gang, or, the Outlaws of the Wombat Ranges”.
Shame Kills is dedicated to eradicating the stigma associated with substance abuse disorder. This contest is free and the winning essay receives a $200 cash prize. Please direct questions to Swift River - competition is not run by ACWA.
Literary agent Steven Salpeter at Curtis Brown, Ltd. is looking for submissions from crime writers across many genres and is interested in working with authors on their debuts, or established authors or estates looking for representation in New York.
Kerry Greenwood recorded an interview with The Garret Podcast a month ago. In her episode, Kerry talked about her writing career, how she met Phryne Fisher, and the research that goes into all of her books.
The NSW Writers' Centre is delighted to announce that applications for the Writing NSW Early Career Writer Grants, Emerging Writing Organisation Grants and the Writer & Technologist Grant open on Monday 1 August 2016.