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This website introduces visitors to the Association, and provides information on writing courses, competitions, conferences and other relevant material.
The Association exists to provide a forum for discussion on all aspects of teaching creative and professional writing as well as current theories on creativity and writing, and to improve the quality of programs across the country. To download a brochure, click here.
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- Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor role at University of Melbourne - The School of Culture and Communication is seeking a Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor to play a leadership role in the development of innovative teaching practices in the School. Essential criteria include a PhD in any of the School’s disciplines – creative writing is one of these. Applications close 1 December.
- Lecturer B in Screenwriting position at University of Melbourne - The University of Melbourne is looking for a Lecturer in Screenwriting to join the creative writing program. Candidates will be able to demonstrate teaching excellence across various forms of modern multimodal writing, including screenplays, podcasts, and serial storytelling.
- 2023 Australian Short Story Festival Program - The full program of events, including workshops, panels, book launches and more, is now available on the Australian Short Story Festival (ASSF) website. With a star-studded lineup of storytellers from across Australia and overseas, the 2023 festival is one not to be missed! The festival will be held at the Fullarton Park Community Centre in the City […]