South East Writers Inc (35th Public Meeting) Labrador Community and Youth Centre 10th April 2021 at 10:00am
57 Billington Street, Labrador, QLD 4215 – $10.00
Due to Covid-19 and the limitation in numbers permitted to attend, SEW Inc. will require attendees to RSVP. Please quote your full name when making payment to attend prior to the meeting directly into SEW Inc. bank account. $10 non-members / $5 members.
Those attending, please feel free to bring pen, paper, your own tea/coffee and a snack for your own convenience.
Guest Speaker Professor Nigel Krauth
‘Q&A with an award-winning writer and educator’
School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science at Griffith University
Nigel Krauth is an award-winning novelist and successful writer in various fields. His publications include four adult novels, two of them national award winners – i.e. the Australian/Vogel
Literary Award for his novel Matilda, My Darling and the New South Wales Premier’s Literary Award for the novel JF Was Here – plus three teenage novels. His books have been published in
Australia, the USA, the UK and Europe by Allen & Unwin, Penguin, Franklin Watts, Harper & Row and other publishers. He has also published numerous stories, essays, book chapters, articles, anthologies, academic books and a major stage play.
Nigel was a regular book reviewer for Australia’s national newspaper, the Weekend Australian. His novel Matilda, My Darling is one of the works celebrated in Brisbane’s Albert Street Literary
Trail (see the plaque at the corner of Albert and Elizabeth Streets). Nigel established the Creative Writing program at Griffith University, Gold Coast in the 1990s as the first set of courses in an
Australian university to offer Creative Writing at all levels from preliminary undergraduate entry to PhD. He is currently head of the program. Nigel’s academic research investigates creative writing processes and the teaching of creative writing. He is the co-founding editor of Australia’s leading academic Creative Writing journal: TEXT: Journal of writing and writing courses www.textjournal.com.au
University Students and Indigenous Writers welcome.
Proudly supporting Somerset Storyfest www.storyfest.com.au
South East Writers is an initiative to combine skills, experience, educate and raise standards within Writing, Printing, Publishing and the associated arts.
Printing Plant tours, Workshops and Guest speakers will be offered to assist Writers in achieving their optimal goal.
South East Writers will develop benchmarks and adhere to industry standards. Actors, AudioBooks, Book trailers, Design, e-books, Distribution, Editing, Films, Illustration & supportive Artwork, Printing, Publishing, Crowd funding for publishing, Sub editing, Voice-Overs and Writing.
Openness, integrity, transparency and active participation will be encouraged at all Membership levels. Contact Mark Wren – firstname.lastname@example.org – 0416 365 859 (07) 5571 7488
We look forward to seeing you on the 09th January 2021 at 10:00am