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Allwrite! Australian Festival for Young People
The Allwrite! Festival is a part of the Come Out Festival and incorporates a range of performances and activities for the 3-18 age range. The Festival's aim is to encourage participation by young people, and present and explore the highest quality literature.
Aspiring Writers' Mentoring Program
The Aspiring Writers' Mentorship program is open to residents and students living in NSW.
Voices on the Coast - Youth Literature Festival
The Youth Literature Festival brings some of the finest writers and performers for young people to Queensland's Sunshine Coast each year. It features writers' panels, book-talks, storytelling, workshops and performance and aims to provide a diverse cultural experience for its regional participants.
FAW (TAS) Henry Savery National Short Story Award
A competition for writers resident in Australia. Open theme short story no longer than 2500 words. Stories must be original, unpublished and must not have won a monetary prize in any other competition. Contact competition organiser to confirm closing date.
Arts Queensland Val Vallis Poetry Award, The
The prize is offered to an unpublished poem of 100 lines or less written by an Australian poet. Entrants must be Australian citizens or residents and must not have previously published more than one book of poems. Contact organisers to confirm closing dates. Winners announced at the Queensland Poetry Festival and published on the website.
Writing Race 14 March
[quote]Posted By Mandi on 14-03-2012 8:33 PM Half time. Time for some Quoteraides. 1. “You don’t find time to write. You make time.” Nora Roberts Congratulations to all of you – you’ve made time to write. 2. “Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot a hard work.” Stephen King Hard work is key, so keep those digits dancing. [/quote]
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