The University of New England is advertising for a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Digital Writing and Storytelling to join us in a fulltime continuing basis at the Armidale campus. The Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Digital Storytelling and Writing will support research and teaching in both creative storytelling and also empirical, evidence-based storytelling and narrative. This role will support future curriculum development. The successful applicant will have experience with high-quality development of digital-first course/unit design and of online and hybrid modes of teaching.
Closing date for applications is 5 February.
The Tamar Valley Writers Festival is hosting a short story competition with separate categories for adults, young writers, and primary school writers. There is a small entry fee for those contestants over the age of 18, and the winners will be announced on the Festival of Golden Words website in early March 2016.
Entries close on February 5th, 2016. For more information and to see terms and conditions, click here.
Abstract proposals are sought for submission as a proposed special issue to TEXT journal which will explore Romanticism’s legacy for the study and practice of writing, its influences, inspirations, tyrannies and resistances. In the context of creative writing’s establishment as an academic discipline and the advent of digital media as the platform for new writing, this collection offers an opportunity from which to consider Romanticism’s legacies and possibilities for new, post-Romanticist discourses to emerge.
Abstracts are due November 15. For more information and how to submit, see the Call for Papers