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Celebrating a major membership milestone Remember the start of 2020 when so much changed? In the month we launched our incorporation as a not-for-profit regional writing group, the world launched a pandemic. As we all hunkered down, we also connected...
Milestones and magic moments We hit a special milestone this month. Our two-year anniversary of our incorporation as a not-for-profit association. That went faster than a well-loved page-turner! While we’ve been hosting gatherings and connecting since...
Announcing the winners of the Mornington Peninsula Shire Mayor's Writing Award CONGRATULATIONS to all of our entrants to this year's Mornington Peninsula Shire Mayor's Writing Awards. We had over 115 entries for our first every writing award in 3...
Our words underfoot with Footpath Fiction Our FOOTPATH FICTION initiative spread short stories underfoot as part of our street works with Mornington Peninsula Shire. Our member's microfictions appeared throughout the central shopping area of Rosebud...
Peninsula Writers' Club current members now have exclusive access to specialists amongst us! INK DROPS is a 2021 initiative where members share insights with fellow members in an online forum.
We're sharing insights formally with each other as we all learn and grow.
Ink Drops are live online 15 minute Share What You Know sessions on Zoom.
Congratulations to our Peninsula Writers’ Club members who celebrated their 2020 submissions in the Stories At The End Of The Line anthology with Frankston Arts Centre.
Emily Westmoreland, Kim Robyn Smith, Rebecca Fraser, Andrea Rowe, Louise Zedda Sampson and Del Skinner were thrilled to celebrate together. Their lockdown inspired pieces were amongst the 75 selected stories to be published.
Peninsula Writers' Club is delighted to share this exciting news alongside Mornington Peninsula Shire.
The Mayor's Writing Award invites submissions from Mornington Peninsula writers of all abilities, with entries judged by Paul Kennedy, Garry Disher and Danielle Binks and our Mayor.
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