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The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. No price is too high for the privilege of owning yourself. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche

The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. No price is too high for the privilege of owning yourself. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche

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Tasmanian Writers Centre: Last Minute Deals on some great Hobart Events!

 

 

NED KELLY AWARD-WINNER SULARI GENTILL

HOBART MASTERCLASSES

 

 

Writing Masterclass 1: How to Get Published, Sunday 3 March 2019

 

Are you an aspiring author? Do you want to be published?

 

In this broad, wide-ranging class, Sulari Gentill, 2018 Ned Kelly Award winner and

internationally successful author of 13 novels, imparts the secrets of the publishing industry and how to optimise your chances of being published.

 

Where: Leadlight Room, Hadley’s Orient Hotel, Hobart

When: 10am-12pm Sunday 3 March 2019

How much: $50 + GST

 

Ticket sales end 6pm this Friday 1 March

 

 

 

Writing Masterclass 2: How to Hook a Publisher, Tuesday 5 March 2019

 

Have an idea for a book? Or a manuscript ready to go?

 

Want to publish it? A lot of publishers don’t read past page one.

How can you overcome that?

 

Join Sulari to zoom in on the first page of a manuscript and to learn how to hook a

publisher’s interest.

 

Where: George Cartwright, Hadley’s Orient Hotel, Hobart

When: 6pm to 8pm Tuesday 5 March 2019

How much: $60 + GST

 

Ticket sales end 6pm this Sunday 3 March

 

 

Hadley’s Orient Literary Afternoon Tea, Sunday 3 March 2019

 

A delectable afternoon tea, a glass of bubbly and sparkling conversation with an

award-winning crime author? Yes please!

 

You’re invited to join 2018 Ned Kelly Award winner Sulari Gentill and Chris

Gallagher, former director of the Tasmanian Writers Festival, in the opulent

surrounds of Hadley’s Orient Hotel for an afternoon of culinary and literary delights.

 

All funds raised go to the free community program in the new Huon Valley readers

and writers festival, Murder She Wrote. You’ll be joined at the tea by Murder She Wrote’s Festival Director, L.J.M. Owen, and two festival panellists, Hobart’s Tansy Rayner Roberts and Joanna Baker.

 

Your support is greatly appreciated.

 

Ticket sales end 12pm *Midday* Friday 1 March

 

 

Website:   www.terroraustralisfestival.com

Facebook: @TerrorAustralisFestival

Twitter:     @TerrorAustFest

Instagram: @terroraustralisfestival

 

Tax deductible donations may also be made to the festival at any time through CPA, a registered charity.

 

Your support is deeply appreciated.

#TAF2019

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