In Episode 123 of So you want to be a writer: Gawker is closing down, discover why you’ll never finish your novel and how to write a memoir about a painful experience. Meet Louise Doughty, author of Black
Monthly Archives: August 2016
No matter how experienced you are, it can be easy to suffer from fear and self-doubt. So how do you overcome this and get the confidence to truly believe in your photography? In this episode, Gina and
WRITER Ep 122 You’ve written your first draft: now what? And meet AWC graduate Fleur Ferris, author of “Black”.
In Episode 122 of So you want to be a writer: You’ve written your first draft: now what? Discover why indie magazines are flourishing and why reading will help you live longer. We touch on resume writers and reasons
We all love a good MacGyver effort. This episode is full of useful hacks that will help your photography – and which don’t cost a fortune. Many are made from simple materials you can get at home or your
WRITER Ep 121 What other writers can teach you about writing, and meet James Phelps, author of “Australia’s Toughest Prisons: Inmates”.
In Episode 121 of So you want to be a writer: What other writers can teach you about writing, why no writing is wasted, Michelle Field’s plagiarism scandal, and the lost art of letter writing. Impress your friends and
When photographing fast-moving objects, we’re not just talking about conventional shots like race cars or athletes, where it’s vital to master shutter speed. You can also capture amazing fast-moving
WRITER Ep 119 Smart ways to publicise your book and meet L.A. Larkin, author of the new thriller “Devour”.
In Episode 119 of So you want to be a writer: Why you should submit to literary journals and how to give your writing rhythm. Smart ways to publicise your book, how to cope when your freelance writing client dumps you,