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Writer, journalist and WestWords Western Sydney Emerging Writing Fellow Emma O'Neill-Sandham speaks with James about looking for the unusual "monkey-fish" moments in people's stories and memories, and offers some useful tips for effectively and productively interviewing subjects.WestWords による
 
James Knight recently prepared the text for the WestWords-MECA Refugee Week postcard project, and in this mini-masterclass he talks about the method he used to identify the threads of a bigger story so he could create short pieces that still had an impact.WestWords による
 
Zainab came to Australia from Iraq as a refugee, and found a calling as a yoga teacher. This is her story. This podcast series is a collaboration between WestWords, the Western Sydney literature development organisation, and MECA (Mount Druitt Ethnic Communities Agency). Interviews were conducted by James Knight. Editing and production by James Roy…
 
From being jailed as a persecuted ethnic minority to Pride of Australia medal winner, it's been quite the refugee journey for Abulla. This podcast series is a collaboration between WestWords, the Western Sydney literature development organisation, and MECA (Mount Druitt Ethnic Communities Agency). Interviews were conducted by James Knight. Editing …
 
How do you go from a Kenyan refugee to Australian Local Hero of the Year? Let Rosemarie tell you. This podcast series is a collaboration between WestWords, the Western Sydney literature development organisation, and MECA (Mount Druitt Ethnic Communities Agency). Interviews were conducted by James Knight. Editing and production by James Roy. © Copyr…
 
Imagine going to work one day, and running for your life the next, with no idea where you'll end up. This is a story of patience and courage. TThis podcast series is a collaboration between WestWords, the Western Sydney literature development organisation, and MECA (Mount Druitt Ethnic Communities Agency). Interviews were conducted by James Knight.…
 
Gina came to Australia from Syria with Arabic and French, but no English at all. Now she is fluent. And the identity of her English teacher? You'll never guess... oink... This podcast series is a collaboration between WestWords, the Western Sydney literature development organisation, and MECA (Mount Druitt Ethnic Communities Agency). Interviews wer…
 
At its most basic, writing really only needs two tools - something to write with and something to write on. But with so many digital options available, which word processor is right for you? Author of 35 books with 25 years experience, James Roy, discusses some of the choices available out there for the discerning wordsmith.…
 
We are so grateful to James and Ashley from the James & Ashley Stay At Home podcast (https://jamesandashley.libsyn.com/) for allowing us to present their recent conversation with Kavita Bedford, WestWords-WSU Writer-in-Residence and author of Shapes & Dark Shapes (Text Publishing), in which they talk about (amongst much more) Kavita's writing proce…
 
Bestselling children's author Tim Harris (Toffle Towers; Mr Bambuckle's Remarkables) talks about finding discipline in your writing life, and discusses the various challenges and strategies. This podcast is taken from a seminar Tim presented to the 2020 WestWords Academy.WestWords による
 
Deborah Abela is one of the busiest and most sought-after presenters in the children's book industry, and in this second of two parts, she talks about some of the tips and tricks that are key to maximising one of the most important parts of being a professional writer – presenting your work.WestWords による
 
Deborah Abela is one of the busiest and most sought-after presenters in the children's book industry, and in the first of two parts, she talks about some of the tips and tricks that are key to maximising one of the most important parts of being a professional writer – presenting your work.WestWords による
 
Adam Turner is a prolific and award-winning freelance biz-tech and consumer-tech writer and podcaster. In this mini-masterclass he speaks with James about how to secure this kind of work, how to decide what to write about, and some of the pitfalls to avoid in a growing and competitive market. The WestWords Mini-Masterclasses are supported by the Cu…
 
Isobelle Carmody is a shining light in the global fantasy world. In this talk, recorded as part of WestWords' monthly Kitten Cub event, she discusses writing fantasy as a means to understand the traumatic events of real life. The WestWords Mini-Masterclasses are supported by the Cultural Fund Copyright Agency.…
 
Lowell Tarling is the author of over 100 books, many of which are ghost-written. He speaks with James Roy about the process, the pitfalls and the mental approach to giving sufficient mental and creative investment to a project that is not truly one's own. The WestWords Mini-Masterclasses are supported by the Cultural Fund Copyright Agency.…
 
Our very own Hajer (associate producer) talks about some of the career skills an emerging artist might need, and why she developed the WestWords Academy. The WestWords Mini-Masterclasses are supported by the Cultural Fund Copyright Agency.WestWords による
 
MATURE THEMES: Scot Gardner and James Roy share a conversation about some of the changes they've seen in YA writing over the last two decades, especially in the way young men are portrayed and represented in their own stories. The WestWords Mini-Masterclasses are supported by the Cultural Fund Copyright Agency.…
 
Children's and Young Adult Librarian from Blacktown City Librarians and long-time member of the Australian Storytellers' Guild, Lee Castledine, talks about storytelling as an art-form in its own right, including the history, trends and new applications of storytelling, and how new storytellers can get started. The link mentioned in the podcast can …
 
James Roy (WestWords) talks about his favourite three books on the writing craft, along with some honourable mentions. The three books are: Bird by Bird by Ann Lamott (Pantheon, 1994) On Writing by Stephen King (Scribner, 2000) Walking on Alligators: A Book of Meditations For Writers by Susan Shaughnessy (HarperOne, 1991) The WestWords Mini-Masterc…
 
Producer and freelancer Michelle Rickerby speaks with James about the benefits of private writing groups, how to go about setting one up, and some of the pitfalls to watch out for. The WestWords Mini-Masterclasses are supported by the Cultural Fund Copyright Agency.WestWords による
 
South African-born crime writer Malla Nunn (When the Ground is Hard; Present Darkness; A Beautiful Place to Die)talks to James about writing with originality whilst honouring the tropes that make crime such a popular genre. The WestWords Mini-Masterclasses are supported by the Cultural Fund Copyright Agency.…
 
Former Australian publisher and children's literature expert Margaret Hamilton talks about picture books, but from the publisher's perspective. The WestWords Mini-Masterclasses are supported by the Cultural Fund Copyright Agency.WestWords による
 
Tanya Vavilova (We Speak in Code) talks about her approach to the personal essay, what "writing from the fringes" means to her, and why dogs would make good early-draft editors. The WestWords Mini-Masterclasses are supported by the Cultural Fund Copyright Agency.WestWords による
 
Author of poetry collections "and my heart crumples like a coke can" and "the lactic acid in the calves of your despair", ali whitelock, talks about different poetry forms, and offers her views on everything from orange teacups to sheltering from bushfires under a woollen blanket. The WestWords Mini-Masterclasses are supported by the Cultural Fund …
 
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