Interesting Links for Women Writers
LAST UPDATED: Saturday, 02 March 2013
If you find a website you think would be helpful
or interesting to women writers, please let us know and we'll add it
to this page. Email email@example.com
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VICTORIA (Formerly the Victorian Writers' Centre)
Level 3, The Wheeler Centre, 176 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000
T 03 9094 7855
F 03 9650 8010
Our wonderful fellow writer, HAZEL EDWARDS, has a website and a
regular non-boring newsletter that is both helpful and inspiring. Go to http://www.hazeledwards.com/page/newsletters.html
The Celebration of Women Writers
This site links to a wide variety of online resources, most of them at other sites. Sites for writers groups include biographical pages for members as well as useful resources and contacts. Academic and special-interest sites focus on particular groups, often both men and women. .http://digital.library.upenn.edu/women/
Romance Writers of Australia
A website for women who write
Welcome to the website for Mslexia, the magazine for women who write. Mslexia is an independent publishing company that provides information and (we hope) inspiration for published and unpublished women in the UK and beyond. In addition to our quarterly magazine and Writer’s Diary, Mslexia runs workshops and events, and a series of high-profile competitions for poets, novelists and short-story writers.
We welcome submissions for every part of the magazine (apart from the Editor’s letter). Explore the website to submit to the magazine, enter our competitions, sample past and current issues – and generally join in with the Mslexia conversation. We look forward to hearing from you.
The Australasian Genealogy Web (AGWeb) network provides access to regionally located Australasian genealogy sources, data and references. AGWeb utilises the WWWeb to link regionally focused, de-centralised, co-ordinated, and standardised genealogy information. These pages are being prepared in co-operation with other interested genealogists in Australia and New Zealand.
Strunk and Wagnell:
The Elements of Style
LIBRARY OF AUSTRALIA
Fellowship of Australian Writers (Victoria)
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