Conference round up for February – only six months to the Romance Writers of Australia annual conference!
We are so looking forward to welcoming you to Fremantle in 2020, Anna. We’d love our members to get to know a bit about you before conference.
We are so looking forward to having Tanera Simons, an agent with literary agency Darley Anderson, attend the Fremantle 2020 conference. Read on to learn more about her, her agency, and the type of work she represents.
We are very excited to introduce RWA’s Fremantle 2020 conference attendees to author Heather Graham, who will be flying over from the US to present a keynote address and a workshop entitled What We Do with Words at conference. Heather answers Michelle Diener’s questions on the genres she writes and more.
There are highlights in the Australian romance writing community, including festivals and workshops, but one of the unmissable events, is the Romance Writers of Australia’s annual conference. This year was one of the best I’ve been to, and I want to take a moment to congratulate the committee for an incredible and memorable event.
Do you have a fantastic workshop idea for RWA’s 2020 conference in Fremantle? Submissions are now open so whether it focus on craft, business, research or the industry, we want to hear from you!
This month, the Upcoming Famous & Fabulous Romance Writers reflect on the RWA 2018 conference – the lessons & the laughs Jayne Kingsley Volunteering Apart from the early start and my slow foggy brain taking a while to kick in, volunteering at conference was an absolute pleasure. I put my hand up to do the first shift of registration on the Friday with two wonderful ‘Fictional Fairies’ as another lovely author has dubbed us. I got to meet the powerhouse team running the Sydney conference which was in itself exciting, as well as getting to meet loads of conference attendees, …
As the 2018 Sydney Conference is currently a hot topic in the RWA world The Upcoming Famous and Fabulous Romance Writers are tackling the issue in this month’s RWA blog.
If you haven’t already organised your Love Gone Wild experience, don’t despair! Time is still on your side, and with some careful planning and these nifty ideas, you can come and kick it at Conference in Brisbane this August. Registering The first thing you will need to do if you’re intending to come along to Conference is buy a ticket. A core program ticket will cost $550 (members) and $580 (non-members). Included is the ticket to the ‘Bring Out the Animal in You’ Harlequin costume cocktail party on Friday night, the core conference program, and access to our exclusive pitching …