Just a quick heads-up, kittens and cats!
I’ll be at the Williamstown Literary Festival at 2pm on Saturday 5 May, 2012, as part of the “Pathways to Publication” panel:
What comes first? How do you get an agent? Are publishers still open to unsolicited work? This session looks at ways you can get published and how to take those first steps along the path. With Sherryl Clarke, Jacinta di Mase, Kirstyn McDermott and Demet Divaroren.
There’s a whole bunch of other interesting stuff happening over the weekend as well — including some great workshops I really wish I had time to do — so have a look at the program (PDF available here) and come along for an enjoyable day (or two!) by the bay.
Williamstown Literary Festival is the West’s oldest and biggest writers festival, proudly supported by Victoria University and Hobsons Bay City Council. Located in the stately surrounds of Williamstown Town Hall, the program features some of Australia’s top writers and artists and covers everything from historical walks, footy talks, debates as well as WLF’s famous workshops.