The AAWP is always interested in hearing what its postgraduate members would like from the association, and always seeks to guide and advise its members on topics relevant to a candidature in an academic creative writing program within the Australasian region.
As the AAWP develops, this page will provide answers to a series of FAQs posed by its postgraduate members. In the meantime, we welcome suggestions and comments on what the AAWP can do for the postgraduate members of its community.
Please direct any questions, and any further comments or requests for assistance, to our current postgraduate representative, Hayley Elliot-Ryan at email@example.com
How Does the AAWP Assist Its Postgraduate Members?
The AAWP is available to advise its postgraduate members on a range of concerns relevant to postgraduate researchers in creative writing programs across the Australasian region. The AAWP provides guidance on: connecting with a community of HDR writers; building a research project; connecting with the professional community of writers in the academy; seeking examiners; any issues to do with teaching and research in writing.
We welcome suggestions and comments on what the AAWP can do for the postgraduate members of its community.
Postgraduate Membership information
For current opportunities, see Postgraduate Initiatives
For support and confidential advice regarding PhD supervision and research, please contact one of the following:
- Dr Sue Joseph (UTS, Sydney) Sue.Joseph@uts.edu.au
- Distinguished Professor Jen Webb (University of Canberra, ACT) Jen.Webb@canberra.edu.au
- Dr Julia Prendergast (Swinburne University, Victoria) firstname.lastname@example.org
- Professor Donna Lee Brien (CQ University, Queensland) email@example.com
- Professor Craig Batty (UTS, Sydney) Craig.Batty@uts.edu.au
- Professor Jeri Kroll (Flinders University, SA) firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: This service is aimed at providing pastoral support rather than policy advice. Support services include advice about managing your supervisor, managing your workload, and how to find help at your university when you are stuck. The service is not designed to provide advice regarding policy-related problems: these queries should be directed to the candidate’s higher degree graduate office.