We want to connect the community of aspiring and established Auckland Writers. Writers' Cafe Auckland runs writing courses and workshops, a pop-up writers' cafe, and a writing group. If you write or dream of writing, this Meetup is for you. We'd love to help you upskill and connect with other writers.
Polish your novel to perfection
In this workshop, we’ll discuss approaches to editing, to help you plan out your approach for tackling your next draft. We’ll identify key points to address in editing, and go through some exercises designed to help develop your editor’s eye.
HOW TO BOOK: Go here: http://www.writerscafe.nz/Events/creative-fiction-writing-courses/#begt and register for your chosen workshop.
Starting writing a novel is a daunting task. This practical four-week course will get you translating ideas into action. Through creative exercises, ‘homework’ assignments and constructive critical feedback, this course will get you well on the way to writing your novel.
This course is limited to six writers, and includes intensive time working on the specific ideas and challenges of your novel. Come prepared to write, share and transform your novel from idea to page.
$150 (four weeks)
This course is limited to six writers - book your place at: https://www.writerscafe.nz/Events/creative-fiction-writing-courses/#start
The Writers' Cafe pop-up cafe is opening its doors this summer at the beautiful Hum Salon in Grafton! Drop in for a tea or coffee, spend some quality time working on your writing project in an inspiring environment, and meet other local writers at these friendly and welcoming sessions that are open to all.
Opening hours: every Monday 4pm-9pm (starting 4th Feb 2019)
The Writers’ Café writing group is open to all aspiring writers. This is an opportunity to share your work with a supportive peer group and receive constructive critique to help improve your writing.
Bring along up to 4 pages (double-spaced, point 12 font) of your writing – either print out a few copies for your fellow writers to read and comment on, or just bring one copy to read out and get verbal feedback.
(You are also welcome to come along to read, listen, and give feedback, if you prefer not to share your own work just yet.)