WHAT IS THE NZSA NATIONAL WRITERS FORUM?
The New Zealand Society of Authors (PEN NZ Inc) Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa’s National Writers Forum is a conference for people who write, whether fiction, non-fiction, blogs, textbooks, children’s books, journalism, graphic novels, poetry, plays or in digital media.
It is a 2.5 day intensive where writers talk, learn and share information about the craft of writing, the business of writing and the world of words.
The NWF reports and reflects on aspects of technique, craft, current New Zealand writing, publishing opportunities and explores the prospects for writers in Aotearoa and beyond.
21-23 September 2018, Auckland
Over the last few months a team of people have been busy working to bring you The New Zealand Society of Author (PEN NZ Inc) Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa’s National Writers Forum. They like to be behind the scenes but you can learn more about them on our Organisers page.
MEDIA RELEASE – For Immediate Release June 29th, 2018 NZSA National Writers Forum Celebrates Writing from Oceania SEPTEMBER 21 - 23, 2018 John Marsden, Anita Heiss, Lani Wendt Young, Maualaivao Albert Wendt, Pip Adam, Paula Morris, Mandy Hager and Brannavan Gnanalingam are just some of the writers taking part in the NZSA National Writers Forum…
We’re really excited to announce the 2018 theme: ‘Writing to Live, Living to Write’ which celebrates the importance of the written word and explores what we need as writers to sustain ourselves in an ever-changing publishing world. Watch this space for the full programme and speakers to be announced in…
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NATIONAL WRITERS FORUM
The NZSA brings you this unique national conference for all New Zealand writers. Join prestigious local and international speakers who will share their knowledge, ideas and experience and meet others from New Zealand’s writing community.
WHEN & WHERE
21- 23 September 2018
Owen G. Glenn Building
University of Auckland
12 Grafton Road, Auckland