15 Best Australian Writing Blogs and Websites

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Australian Writing Blogs

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1. Australian Writers' Centre

Australian Writers' Centre Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
The Australian Writers' Centre helps you get published and write with confidence. Start your writing journey here! Read writing industry news, tips for writers and our famous Q&As.
Also in Writing Blogs
29.4K 26K 13.4K 5 posts / week Sep 2010 Get Email Contact

2. Australian Women Writers Challenge Blog

Australian Women Writers Challenge Blog Australia
Supporting and promoting books by Australian women. A network of readers, reviewers and bloggers, helping to raise awareness of quality Australian women's writing via an online reading/reviewing challenge.
3.7K 8.8K 1 post / week Jan 2012 Get Email Contact

3. Doctoral Writing SIG

Doctoral Writing SIG Australia
DoctoralWriting is a forum where people who are interested in doctoral writing can come together to share information, resources, ideas, dreams in a spirit of building knowledge and skills around higher degree research writing.
Also in Academic Blogs, Thesis Writing Blogs
15.7K 3 posts / quarter Sep 2012 Get Email Contact

4. Melbourne Writers Festival

Melbourne Writers Festival Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Melbourne Writers Festival brings together artists from around the world to celebrate literature and explore ideas.
26.3K 31.5K 12.2K 3 posts / month May 2014 Get Email Contact

5. Pia's Writing Journey

Pia's Writing Journey Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Pia has been writing short stories and poetry since childhood. She has been a profuse diary writer since adolescence and, after an eventful life; is finally finding the time to devote herself to gather her written work into published formats. This website will be used to keep you informed of my latest author projects, both in progress and published.
62 5 1 post / month Feb 2017 Get Email Contact

6. Emerging Writers' Festival

Emerging Writers' Festival Australia
The Emerging Writers' Festival (EWF) exists to promote the interests of emerging writers to improve their opportunities for professional development and their engagement with the broader public. The festival mixes emerging literary professionals with more established writers to forge a better understanding between the past and future of Australian writing, and to bring a high level of intellectual endeavour to all the festival's activities.
19.2K 29.9K 8.2K 1 post / week Sep 2015 Get Email Contact

7. The Australian Writers Guild.

The Australian Writers Guild. Australia
The Australian Writers' Guild is the professional association representing writers for stage, screen, radio and online and has protected and promoted their creative and professional interests for more than 50 years. The Guild's vision is to see performance writing and performance writers thrive as a dynamic and integral part of Australian storytelling, shaping, reflecting and enhancing the Australian cultural voice in all its diversity.
9K 6.6K 2 posts / month Get Email Contact

8. Eating My Words

Eating My Words Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Eating My Words: Food for the Body and the Mind is a book blog with a difference. Books and book reviews are the primary focus but I also indulge my passions for food, food writing and cooking as well.
4 posts / week Get Email Contact

9. Angela Booth's Writing Blog

Angela Booth's Writing Blog Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
For freelance writers, writing fiction, nonfiction and copywriting. Have fun, and become a better writer.
6.9K 30 posts / year Aug 2017 Get Email Contact

10. Tantric Disposition Matrix

Tantric Disposition Matrix Australia
John Kendall Hawkins is an American ex-pat who currently resides in Australia. He's a California native who grew up in Missouri and Massachusetts. He studied English Lit and Philosophy as an undergrad. He has a B.A.and an M.Ed. from the University of Massachusetts, as well as four other post-graduate degrees in language-related areas. He has worked as a journalist, a bureaucrat, a teacher and an IT trainer. His written work - poetry, book reviews and columns have appeared in publications around the world, most of which are presented on this blog.
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11. Australasian Christian Writers | A blog for Christian writers and readers

Australasian Christian Writers | A blog for Christian writers and readers Australia
Australasian Christian Writers is a community of Christian readers and writers from Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific who join together to discuss books, reading, writing, and reviewing.
Also in Christian Book Review Blogs, Christian Writers Blogs
1.6K 1.5K Aug 2013 Get Email Contact

12. TopWriting Tips

TopWriting Tips Australia
Simple and Practical Writing Tips from Real Writers. A professional journalist and a freelance content writer from Australia. Enjoy writing about education, business, online marketing and academic innovations.
42 Nov 2016 Get Email Contact

13. Creative Write-it

Creative Write-it Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Features author interviews, competitions, kids writing, poems, procedural writing, publishing, reflective writing, short stories, songs, writing advice, and writing prompts. Creative Write-it is a writing studio for young people that inspires and encourages them to express their ideas with style and ease while also having fun.
1.1K 68 8 posts / year Nov 2014 Get Email Contact

14. Active Writers Blog

Active Writers Blog Here at Active Writers Blog, we try and help you on your writing journey, no matter if you're at the beginning or have been around the writing block a few times. The aim here is to have something for everyone.
1 May 2011 Get Email Contact

15. La fille qui rit

La fille qui rit This blog is a compilation of some of my thoughts and dreams that have marinated for long enough that I can form sentences with them. I have recently returned from an eight-month stint abroad, with most of that time having been spent living in the southwest of France. It was a challenging and growth-promoting experience for which I am grateful to have had.
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Australian Writing Bloggers

Top Authors, Journalists, and Publishers covering Australian Writing. Get Spreadsheet.
Blogger Name Email Blog Link Total Blog Posts
Australian Writers' Centre Team writerscentre.com.au 230
Angela Booth angelabooth.biz 199
Dean Koorey writerscentre.com.au 45
alice emergingwritersfestival.org.au 34
Stories from the Archive australianwomenwriters.com 17
doctoralwriting doctoralwriting.wordpress.com 16
MWF Staff mwf.com.au 15
wadholloway australianwomenwriters.com 15
whisperinggums australianwomenwriters.com 11
Elizabeth Lhuede australianwomenwriters.com 11
ewf_admin emergingwritersfestival.org.au 6
Janine Rizzetti australianwomenwriters.com 6
Ashleigh Meikle australianwomenwriters.com 4
TheresaSmithWrites australianwomenwriters.com 4
Jess Fitzpatrick australianwomenwriters.com 4
Jenny Mustey australianwomenwriters.com 4
Tegan Edwards australianwomenwriters.com 3
Mic Loves Books australianwomenwriters.com 3
Claire Holderness australianwomenwriters.com 3
Guest Writer writerscentre.com.au 2
Valerie Khoo writerscentre.com.au 1
casselly main mwf.com.au 1
Sonia Nair mwf.com.au 1
Rah Gardiner writerscentre.com.au 1
Pia Horan-Gross piahorangross.com 1
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