Various short courses in creative writing concentrating on improving writing skills.
The WEA Centre http://www.wea-sa.com.au
223 Angas Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Telephone: 8223 1979 (Enrolment hotline)
8223 1272 (Administration)
1800 638 749 (Freecall for SA country residents)
Facsimile: 8232 3690
email@example.com (Enrolment and Course Enquiries)
South Australia Writers' Centre, SAWC
2nd floor, 187 Rundle Street, Adelaide
Office hours: Tuesday to Thursday 10am-5pm, consultations are available by appointment.
Telephone: 08 8223 7662 Fax: 08 8232 3994 Email: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Short writing skills courses available most weekends. Refer to website for details
TAFE – Adelaide College of the Arts Writing
Three-year, one year, short and online courses available.
Tuition in creative and non-fiction writing and editing with a focus on the marketplace. Students are encouraged to channel their writing into a range of publications, such as children's books, short stories, TV and film scripts, novels, poetry, articles, biographies, or focus on editing, corporate, technical or advertising copy.
Students are encouraged to enter writing competitions and have work published while studying, with many achieving success. Graduates gain the skills to run a writing business, work under contract or seek publication of original manuscripts.
Professional Writing at AC Arts suits students with a passion for the written word, who want to take a disciplined approach to their writing, taking feedback from experienced and supportive instructors while sharing ideas with other emerging writers.
Contact any of our three universities for writing courses:
Flinders University http://www.flinders.edu.au
University of Adelaide http://www.adelaide.edu.au
University of South Australia http://www.unisa.edu.au
Australian Writers' Centres
Contact your local writers centre for local crime writing groups:
South Australian Writers' Centre, SAWC http://www.sawc.org.au/
New South Wales Writers' Centre, NSW-WC http://www.nswwc.org.au/
Queensland Writers' Centre, QWC http://www.qwc.asn.au/
Writers Victoria http://www.writersvictoria.org.au
Australian Society of Authors, ASA https://asauthors.org/
Tasmanian Writers Centre, TWC http://www.tasmanianwriters.org/
is the new national literature organisation, has a new website and a new writing competition
Writing Australia, currently comprises the Writers’ Centres in SA, TAS, NSW, VIC and the ACT. Its office is in the National Library of Australia Canberra, its National Director is Mary Delahunty, author, former journalist and Victorian Minister for the Arts. Its mission is to promote and develop Australia’s literature sector through brokering a range of national programs and partnerships for the benefit of Australian writers.