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50 Blogging Tips : Hey Love Designs
I’m a selfish hoarder. I’ve been pinning and bookmarking all these amazing resources for blogging and haven’t been sharing them on this blog. Shame on me? Actually, I’ve been stockpiling so I could create you an amazing list of blogging resources!!
We're very pleased to announce Miles on the Road Brisbane held in-partnership with The Trust Company, as Trustee of the Miles Franklin Literary Award. This event invites you for a night of wine, cheese and conversation with two of the 2013 Miles Franklin Award shortlistees, Romy Ash and Annah Faulkner. Check out the details below!
Weekly Wrap time folks! Head on over to the Thinking Out Loud blog to check out this week's listings for upcoming competitions, opportunities and events.
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Presented by State Library of Queensland and State Library of Victoria Reading matters: with authors Raina Telgemeier (New York) and Tim Sinclair (Sydney)Monday 27 May 2013, 9.30am – 3.00pmAuditorium 2, State Library of Queensland, Cultural Centre, Stanley Place, South Bank, Queensland. Free event...
"Beginnings in comics are often unique, which draws from the ambiguity of Independent Comics as a trade. Being involved on the ground-level and involving yourself in the fluidity of the creative community may provide answers to a lot of the questions new writers sometimes have."
Zac Cameron-Smith from Ashcan Comics talks to us about starting out writing in independent comics.
On Writing Comics
As a part of Brisbane label Ashcan Comics, for several years I have been supporting people who are very new to writing and consequently, new to writing for comics. Occasionally people ask me what the right way to write a script for a comic is and I dislike having to reply with “there is no fixed fo...
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Silver Screens: Screenwriting
How do you tell a character’s thoughts, transcribe traits and defects, without the benefit of a written narration? Writing for television and film relies on your ability to exploit visual and auditory cues, and use images, props, and dialogue to build a story, express themes, and flesh out a cast of characters. Learn the difference between big text and little, writing delicious dialogue, creating compelling characters, and the best tools for formatting in this one day workshop with feature film producer, Cathy Overett.Read more