Join us for a casual dinner and Christmas cheer.
When: 12 December 2018, 7.00pm to 9.00pm
Where: Annapurna restaurant, 305 Elizabeth St, North Hobart
Cost: order from the menu
RSVP to the secretary by Monday 10 December.
Susan Scott is an Accredited Editor, poet, farmer, and terrific jam maker.
From the Proteus to Prosperity was published in May 2018, but as with many family histories, its path was not smooth. It was part-complete when Susan took the project over and managed it through to publication.
Susan will share with us some of the challenges she encountered while compiling this work.
A light supper will be provided.
When: 31 October 2018, 7.00pm to 9.00pm
Where: Rosny library, 48 Bligh St, Rosny Park
Cost: member $10*; distance member $8; non-member $15
*includes members of the Tasmanian Writers Centre
Please book and pay through IPEd no later than 29 October
When: Wednesday 29 August
Our guest speaker was Rowena Austin who is an IPEd Accredited Editor specialising in editing, writing and production management for major corporate and government reports. Rowena shared some of her experiences in editing the work of recent Royal Commissions.
When: Saturday 28 July, 2:00–3:30pm
More than a dozen of us got together for an afternoon’s networking and chat about books – those we have edited and those we have enjoyed – upstairs in the State Cinema’s warm café.
On Monday 18 June, an audience of 16 members and non-members braved the cold to hear Dr Greg Lehman talk about the representation of Aboriginal people in art.
Greg is a well-known Tasmanian curator, essayist and commentator on history, identity and place. Descended from the Trawulwuy people of north east Tasmania, he has an intimate relationship with the island’s Indigenous culture. He was involved in the founding of the Tasmanian Aboriginal Land Council (1989) and the Riawunna Centre for Aboriginal Education at the University of Tasmania (1993).
More recently, he was involved in the Tasmanian Writers Centre’s Hidden Stories event, which brought some of the most respected Aboriginal writers and artists together to celebrate and speak about the stories of Aboriginal culture and heritage.
After his presentation, Greg responded a range of questions posed by those attending. He didn’t offer any easy answers, but provided us with a great deal to think about.