In the leafy grounds and hibiscus shade of the Fremantle Arts Centre Café.
Take your time to feel the energy of leaf power.
Oh good, a bunch of writers with food!
They will make an interesting plot.
come, come, all writers sit on
my hard art
Monday, December 16, 2013
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Saturday, November 9, 2013
JUKEBOX - on sale now @ $20.00 or why not come to our launch, Sunday 10th November @ 1-4pm, Pavlich Room, Fremantle Arts Centre.
Books can be purchased through Out of the Asylum Writers Inc. Please contact Leanne Searle @ firstname.lastname@example.org
for your jazzy copy!
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
JUKEBOX LAUNCH - Sunday, 10th November (NOT Saturday, 9th November as advertised in Festival Brochure)
Monday, November 4, 2013
Thursday, October 17, 2013
“BLOOD TIES AND CRACK-FED DREAMS”
At Mandurah there will be an open mike session before the launch for 30mins. If you want to read then please come 10-15 mins earlier to put your name down.
Books on sale at both venues ($18.50 no credit card facilities)
Monday, October 14, 2013
Saturday, September 28, 2013
of Arc & Shadow is published by Sunline Press (October 2013)
Monday, September 23, 2013
Out of the Asylum Writers Group
PO Box 142,
All Donations gratefully accepted.
10th November 2013 Launch
at the Fremantle Arts Centre
Leanne Searle at
as the reference.
Friday, September 20, 2013
It's AGM time again. We will be conducting the meeting in Room 2 at the Fremantle Arts Centre at 1.00pm for a 1.30pm start on Saturday the 19th October.
The Committee and I are looking forward to seeing you there.
Join us for collegial networking and camaraderie as well as the business of the day.
Hope you can come.
Please find forms to download
: Proxy form here
: Nomination form here
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
It is the most prestitigous prize of its kind in the country – and it's exclusively open to unpublished poets. Check out overland.org.au for more information.
Thursday, September 12, 2013
Deadline for submissions: 31 January 2014, early submissions encouraged
Publication date: late October 2014
Griffith REVIEW is pleased to announce the Novella Project 2, once again supported by the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund.
In 2012, Griffith REVIEW 38: The Novella Project played a major role in enabling Australian and New Zealand authors to gain a foothold in the English language revival of the novella underway internationally. It was a best-seller at independent bookshops and widely praised by reviewers. Digital editions and eSingles of the winning novellas are available here.
Griffith REVIEW 46: Novella Project 2: Forgotten Stories will explore in fiction forgotten stories with an historical dimension, delving beyond the handful of iconic tales that have grown threadbare.
The massive migration of the past generation is not only changing Australia but reviving the need to find new ways to tell forgotten stories that are part of a shared but often overlooked cultural heritage of this country. Forgotten Stories will redefine what it means to be Australian in the twenty-first century. Further details @
Tuesday, September 10, 2013