Capricorn Coast Writers Festival
Capricorn Coast Writers Festival (CCWF) will run from Friday 11 to Sunday 13 June 2021, with workshops also in 2020. The festival is for anyone who dares to write, loves to read and wants to learn and aims to bring nationally and internationally recognised authors to our area, while highlighting local literary talent and spotlighting the importance of books and reading to the local community.
Saturday 20 February 2021So, you’ve written a book, what now? Join HarperCollins author TM Clark to learn the the layering, editing, formatting and submission steps that comes after you've finished your manuscript, giving you a polished book ready for submitting to a publisher or uploading to a digital platform. For new and emerging writers, three hours of power to take you to the next level in your writing journey!The Figtree Gallery (Formerly the Mill Gallery)
Saturday 14 November 2020Join Melanie from The Sundae Agency for this social media workshop where you’ll learn how to take your social media to the next level by creating a social strategy for your business and learning how to be organised and consistent with your content. You'll instantly unlock access to countless potential customers, clients, collaborators, influencers and opportunities. Level up, get a social media strategy for your business!Salt Conference Room
Saturday 29 August 2020Whether writing purely for the romance market or another genre, giving your characters a romantic interest adds another dimension to their personality and another layer to the plot helping create rich and complex stories. It also gives your reader a chance to see your character’s through the lens of another person or persons. Join USA Today bestseller, Amy Andrews, as she takes you through how more fully rounded characters can be created though the introduction of romance elements. Cost - $60Oshen Apartments Function Room
Thursday 13 August 2020Have you ever wanted to write a song but just aren’t sure where to start? What comes first, the emotion, the words or the music? How do you get a song out of your head and onto the page? And how do you get past the first verse, with no idea where to go from there? Join performer and songwriter, Kate Mahood, as she takes you through the essential details for your songwriting toolkit and learn what it takes to go from the first flash of inspiration to a finished song. Cost: $50Poppies at Yeppoon Surf Club