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Due to overwhelming numbers we are not currently accepting submissions. Please keep your eye on this page for updates, including new guidelines for submitting your manuscript, in the coming weeks.

In the meantime, there are a number of organisations that can help writers improve their writing skills, assess their work and provide professional development opportunities:

The Australian Writer’s Marketplace is the most comprehensive guide to writing and publishing networks, opportunities and markets, with over 2100 current listings available online. AWMonline provides access to writing competitions, manuscript appraisers and templates, articles on current issues, and hints and tips from published authors at www.awmonline.com.au

Each state and territory also has a writers centre that provides creative writing courses and events, industry seminars and advice, as well as services to gain developmental feedback on your work.

ACT Writers Centre: actwriters.org.au
NSW Writers’ Centre: nswwriterscentre.org.au
Northern Territory Writers’ Centre: ntwriters.com.au
Queensland Writers Centre: qwc.asn.au
SA Writers’ Centre: sawriters.org.au
Tasmanian Writers’ Centre: tasmanianwriters.org
Writers Victoria: writersvictoria.org.au
Writing WA: writingwa.org

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