Happy New Year from TWC

Subscribe to the Tasmanian Writers' Centre for your chance to WIN a year's worth of workshops!

Membership has never looked so enticing! To farewell the most successful year ever for Tasmanian writers, and to kick 2015 off in style, we're running a truly tempting member join-up comp.


If you join up or renew between now and February 28, not only will you get membership to the TWC and all the wondrous perks that involves (like the members-only Writas newsletter, with enough competitions, submissions, writing opportunities, events, retreats and workshops to catapult your writing career - see a past copy here), you'll also be in the running the incredible prize of an entire year's worth of TWC workshops, including a ticket to the Tasmanian Writers' Festival in September! With all the new skills you'll learn, it's truly a prize that just keeps on giving.

So how do you enter this magnificent draw? Simply fill our your membership form here or call us on (03) 6224 0029. We'll announce the winner March 6.              


Position Vacant at the Tasmanian Writers' Centre!



The Tasmanian Writers’ Centre Business Manager 
The Writers’ Centre is a busy not-for-profit arts organisation engaged with writing and writers across a broad constituency. We are looking for someone to take on the role of Business Manager. You will need a high level of financial management and business expertise as well as a keen eye for management systems and new partnership opportunities.
Click here for more information.
Applications close Friday 30 January 2015.             



When I was a Boy in Sudan and When I was a Girl in Sudan

By Sarafino Enadio and Paskalina Eyio with Terry Whitebeach.

$15 each. Available from the Tasmanian Writers' Centre and good bookshops. Order form here.
Illustration: The Weaver Bird by Gay McKinnon
Sarafino Enadio's memoir A Little Peace is also available. Download an order form here. Cost $20 plus postage.