Category Archives: Writing and Publishing

Word Con 3 – Robyn Doreian

Robyn conducted an interview for her session with Andrew Mast. Mast is the group managing editor for The Music in Melbourne. These are my notes and thoughts during the session. Andrew Mast spoke a lot about how The Music is moving towards … Continue reading

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Word Con 3 – Brad Webb

Brad Webb’s session was all about landing a commissioned book deal and I am posting this for Pre-Press Publishing because Brad spoke about formatting the book, and I feel that this session related the most to what we do in … Continue reading

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Word Con 3 – Memory Writing

Here is a piece that I wrote during the memory workshop. I felt that this would work well for the Writing Life, Self, and the Other blog post because it is similar to the work we have been doing in … Continue reading

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Word Con 3 – Andrew MacRae

This is a compilation of the notes taken during Andrew’s session and my own thoughts on the session. The Freelance Life The knowledge economy – emotional labour that makes a connection – meeting someone else’s needs. Cognitive bias/mental traps: Survivorship … Continue reading

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Word Con 2 Day 2 Part 2

Hi everyone, so like last time I had word con, I will be posting a blog post for each of my teachers to have a look at and comment on. Please expect to see this message at the beginning of … Continue reading

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Word Con 2 Day 2 Part 1

Hi everyone, so like last time I had word con, I will be posting a blog post for each of my teachers to have a look at and comment on. Please expect to see this message at the beginning of … Continue reading

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Word Con 2 Day 1 Part 2

Hi everyone, so like last time I had word con, I will be posting a blog post for each of my teachers to have a look at and comment on. Please expect to see this message at the beginning of … Continue reading

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