Parramatta

Intro to Digital Publishing: in conversation with Adina West

Join us for a conversation with Adina West on the world of digital publishing. Her darkly addictive paranormal fantasy tale was serialised for release from 2013-2015 and caused a sensation on the digital charts in Australia, the UK and New Zealand. Find out what got her into this world as she talks us through the digital publishing and digital marketing experience.

When: 14th May, 7:30pm
Where: WestWords Centre for Writing, 91B Grose St North Parramatta
Price: $10 entry fee 

Adina West is the Sydney-based author of Dark Child. Published for a worldwide digital audience by Pan Macmillan’s Momentum imprint. Her darkly addictive paranormal fantasy tale was serialised for release from 2013-2015 and caused a sensation on the digital charts in Australia, the UK and New Zealand.

Adina has shared her unique perspective on serialised digital publication at the Sydney Writer’s Festival’s Forest for the Trees event. She has been a guest speaker at several Writing NSW events, including presenting to Emily Maguire’s Year of the Novel participants, and as a panelist exploring the digital publishing and digital marketing experience.

She is currently working on a new series set in the Dark Child world.

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Poet’s Corner

When: Thursday 30th May 7pm
Where: WestWords Centre for Writing, 91B Grose St North Parramatta
Price: Free

In 2019, WestWords will be holding a poetry night on the last Thursday of every month at WestWords’ Centre for Writing commencing 30th May at 7pm. This series, convened by David Adès will showcase some of our most respected poets, starting with Richard James Allen.

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Richard James Allen is an Australian born poet whose writing has appeared widely in journals, anthologies, and online over many years.  His latest volume of poetry, The short story of you and I, was published by UWA Publishing in February 2019.  Previous critically acclaimed books of poetry, fiction and performance texts include Fixing the Broken Nightingale (Flying Island Books), The Kamikaze Mind (Brandl & Schlesinger) and Thursday’s Fictions (Five Islands Press), shortlisted for the Kenneth Slessor Prize for Poetry.

Former Artistic Director of the Poets Union Inc., and director of the inaugural Australian Poetry Festival, Richard is the creator of #RichardReads (https://soundcloud.com/user-387793087), an online compendium of Global Poetry, Read Aloud, and an editor of the landmark anthology, Performing the Unnameable: An Anthology of Australian Performance Texts (Currency Press/RealTime).

Richard is well known for his innovative adaptations and interactions of poetry and other media, including collaborations with artists in dance, film, theatre, music and a range of new media platforms.  The recipient of numerous awards, nominations, and grants, as well as opportunities for presentations, screenings and broadcasts, in a unique international career as a critically lauded writer, director, choreographer and performer for stage and screen, he graduated with First Class Honours for his B.A. at Sydney University and won the Chancellor’s Award for most outstanding PhD thesis at the University of Technology, Sydney.

When: 7pm last Thursday of every month
Price: Free (bookings essential- email hajer@westwords.com.au)
WhereWestWords Centre for Writing, 91b Grose St North Parramatta


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