Inspiring writing talent

Ashleigh

This is the third blog in the series about the writers recognised in the this year’s black&write! Indigenous Writing Fellowship competition. Four talented writers with very different stories have been recognised through the 2016 black&write! Indigenous Writing Fellowships. While Claire Coleman and Dylan Coleman were announced as the fellowship winners last month the judges decided to also award … Read more

WRITING THE FUTURE

Claire Coleman

This is the first in a series of three blogs about the writers recognised in the 2016 black&write! Indigenous Writing Fellowship Competition. Congratulations CLAIRE COLEMAN and DYLAN COLEMAN who have been awarded a black&write! Fellowship this year.   AUTHOR PROFILE: CLAIRE COLEMAN  Claire Coleman is a writer from Western Australia. She identifies with the South Coast … Read more

Becoming Kirrali Lewis hits the shelves!

Jane Harrison with her daughters at the launch of Becoming Kirrali Lewis in Melbourne

Becoming Kirrali Lewis has now hit the bookshelves!  Last week black&write! headed down to the Emerging Writers’ Festival in Melbourne. The team attended the National Writers’ Conference, as well as panels, performances and literary events presented by emerging and established writers, editors, publishers, and other industry professionals. This year black&write! partnered with the Emerging Writers’ Festival to launch Jane Harrison’s debut novel, Becoming … Read more

black&write! goes to Emerging Writers’ Festival

Janeellen

black&write! are excited to announce Ellen, Yasmin, and Grace travel to Melbourne this Thursday to attend the 2015 Emerging Writers’ Festival. The centrepiece of Emerging Writers’ Festival is the two-day National Writers’ Conference at Melbourne Town Hall. This conference aims to inform and inspire writers from every genre and style. This is a fantastic opportunity to meet and … Read more

Book Launch: Eelahroo (Long Ago) Nyah (Looking) Möbö-Möbö (Future)

‘Once again Lionel Fogarty presents a collection of poems unique in the telling. From bar room brawls to constitutional referendums, past loves and hopes for the future, these new poems obliterate the landscape, holding the reader in a place of Aboriginal contemplation.’ – Ali Cobby Eckermann Eelahroo (Long Ago) Nyah (Looking) Möbö-Möbö (Future) is a … Read more

black&write! Special Event @ Emerging Writers Festival 31st May 2014

Stomping ground (C) JoAnne Driessens

Contributor: Katie Woods The Emerging Writers’ Festival is a not-for-profit organisation whose foundations are built on supporting emerging writers. It is a festival where creativity and innovation are celebrated, where new talent is nurtured and where diverse voices from across Australia are represented. This year’s program will profile the dynamic and deadly writers that have … Read more

Meet the 2013 black&write! Indigenous OnScreen Trainee Editors

Marie Munkara

This week we have been honoured to have our three wonderful black&write! trainee editors for 2013 visiting Brisbane.  This is the second year of OnScreen trainee editor program which provides training in the editing of fiction manuscripts.   This year our editors were selected from South Australia and the Northern Territory and while most of their training … Read more