The Australian Postgraduate Writers Network, funded by the Australian Learning and Teaching Council, is a national community of teaching academics, research students and graduates involved in creative writing higher degree programs. The aim of the Network is to facilitate conversations and connections among creative writing students and supervisors, and those from other writing disciplines, to develop best-practice learning and teaching, and circulate findings from research and practice.
Other pages on the AAWP site open up more information for postgraduate writers: lists of the tertiary institutions in Australia and New Zealand that offer writing courses; news about conferences and publications; and other opportunities including writing jobs, grants and competitions. TEXT: journal of writing and writing courses offers additional resources and a body of published material on the discipline.
Australian Postgraduate Writers Network is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 Australia License.
Based on a work at www.writingnetwork.edu.au.
Writing a Thesis
This section is presently under review and will be updated soon
- Writing courses
- Links for writers
- Writing competitions
- Dis/course, the School of Culture and Communication Graduate Student Association
- Creative Writing: Teaching, Theory & Practice (UK journal and resource base)
- Creative Arts PhD: Future proofing the creative arts in higher education
- Creative Writing Graduate Students' Association of the University of Melbourne Facebook Group (Facebook login required)
- Thresholds (Post-Grad Writing Forum)
- Guardian Jobs
- Times Higher Education
- Chronicle Careers
- University Jobs
- Academic Careers
The Australian Council for the Arts website provides a searchable list of grants.
- Travel Tips
Team Members for the Postgraduate Writers Network
- Professor Jen Webb, University of Canberra
- Associate Professor Donna Lee Brien, Central Queensland University
- Dr Axel Bruns, Queensland University of Technology
- Dr Greg Battye, University of Canberra
- Dr Jordan Williams, University of Canberra
- Craig Bolland, Queensland University of Technology
- Jude Smith, Queensland University of Technology
The Network was funded by The Australian Learning and Teaching Council under the Competitive Grants Scheme. The ALTC is an initiative of the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.