Writers Clubs in Perth & Western Australia

Writers & Poetry Clubs in Western Australia

Clubs Listed : 7

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Australian Bush Poets Association Inc. ---- Visited: 52 Times

    Western Australia

    Listing id: 31775

    The membership of the Australian Bush Poets Association comprises of writers, performers and individuals who are interested in bush poetry. If you are interested in Australian bush poetry either traditional or modern, as a writer, reader, performer or just an admirer then membership to the ABPA is for you. The club may be contacted thru Email Irene Conner Email iconner21@wn.com.au.
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  • Fellowship of Australian Writers - WA ---- Visited: 263 Times

    Swanbourne

    Listing id: 31519

    The Fellowship of Australian Writers WA is a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing advocacy, training, support and friendship to Western Australia's writing community.
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  • Out of the Asylum (OOTA) Writers' Group ---- Visited: 304 Times

    Fremantle

    Listing id: 31748

    Out of the Asylum (OOTA) began in 1996 and now is one of Western Australia’s most vibrant and fastest-growing writers’ groups. An independent writers' group, OOTA is based in Fremantle and aims to support its members to get their work published. OOTA members represent a wide spectrum of writers from the well published to new and emerging.
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  • Society of Editors (WA) Inc. ---- Visited: 57 Times

    Subiaco

    Listing id: 31489

    The Society of Editors (WA) Inc., known as Editors WA, is Western Australia’s professional organisation for editors, proofreaders and other professionals in the publishing and written communications industries.
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  • Society of Women Writers Western Australia Inc. ---- Visited: 225 Times

    Northbridge

    Listing id: 31527

    The Society of Women Writers Western Australia Inc. began in 1977 with five members as a Magazine Branch of the Society of Women Writers (Australia). In 1981, with a membership of approximately fifty, it became a full Branch, and it 2000 it became an independent incorporated body when the national society was disbanded. The Society's main aim is to draw together women writers to support each other in their writing endeavours, and various seminars, worshops and other activities are organised towards this end.
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  • The Rural Media Association of Western Australia ---- Visited: 24 Times

    WA

    Listing id: 31599

    The RMA of WA is a key industry group that dedicated to recognising rural media and developing relationships between rural media and agribusiness groups in Western Australia.
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  • Writing WA ---- Visited: 252 Times

    Perth

    Listing id: 31704

    writingWA delivers a number of programmes and services throughout the state to support both the professional and audience development of Western Australian writing.
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