04 Mar, 2022 to 28 Mar, 2022

Pitch Perfect: How to prepare yourself for the publishing process (webinar)

ONLINE COURSE BY THE AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF AUTHORS How to prepare yourself for the publishing process Are you looking to publish your book, but you’re unsure of the pitching process? This four-week course, designed for authors writing for readers from middle grade to adult, will address all of the crucial steps you’ll need to take for a […]

03 Mar, 2022 to 03 Mar, 2022

Cultural Connections – Deepening Our Cultural Dialogue

The Chamber of Arts and Culture Western Australia (CACWA) are presenting the first of their Cultural Connections series of critical conversations, held at and co-hosted by the John Curtin Gallery at John Curtin University in Perth on 3 March. The event features an impressive panel of experts from varied sectors of the arts world: Sisonke […]

26 Feb, 2022 to 27 Feb, 2022

Perth Festival’s Writers’ Weekend

Perth Festival, WA’s multi-arts festival begins on 11 February. Various world class performances, panels, workshops and more will liven up the city and surrounding areas until 3 March. Writers’ weekend on 21 and 22 February features authors Michael Robotham, Lisa Taddeo and Hannah Kent in conversation, as well as powerful storytelling and writing workshops for […]

24 Feb, 2022 to 24 Feb, 2022

Indigenous Fashion Projects – Contracts for collaborative fashion projects (webinar)

Join the Arts Law Centre of Australia for the second session of their series, Indigenous Fashion Projects. Contracts for collaborative fashion projects This free webinar is a useful tool for both fashion designers and artists, and will answer questions on how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art can be celebrated  through ethical collaborations, touching on […]

23 Feb, 2022 to 23 Feb, 2022

Share the Mic: Indigenous Knowledge–Aboriginal Artists & Law (webinar)

Fowler Museum at UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) are hosting an online session featuring a group of Indigenous cultural ownership experts in the fields of law, education, copyright, and the art market, who will discuss the biggest challenges Indigenous Australians face in their attempts to maintain control over their intellectual property and similar circumstances […]

11 Feb, 2022 to 11 Feb, 2022

Editing Insights: What an author needs to know about the editorial process (webinar)

The Australian Society of Authors are offering this online Zoom webinar to their members and non-members in March. Presented by Sally Asnicar, an experienced editor a who founded her business, Full Proofreading Services. Sally is also a long-time Professional member of the Institute of Professional Editors Ltd (IPEd). In this 90-minute session professional editor Sally […]

09 Feb, 2022 to 09 Feb, 2022

What to do after typing THE END (webinar)

The Australian Society of Authors (ASA) presents What to do after typing THE END: Your publishing options and how to know what’s right for you. This online webinar held via Zoom is $45 for members of the ASA and $90 for non-members. Hosted by Bernadette Foley, a publisher and editor with over 30 years’ experience […]

04 Feb, 2022 to 04 Feb, 2022

Book Distribution: How to get your book in bookshops using John Reed Books (webinar)

The Australian Society of Authors presents this free webinar for authors, with advice on how to distribute self published books, and outlining available distribution opportunities via John Reed Books. The webinar will explain: Why authors need to organise/consider book distribution When authors should start thinking about their distribution options What led to the ASA offering […]