Blog category: MWF Interns

May 1, 2018

Intern Blog: Authors That Inspire Me

by Sarah Robinson-Hatch Different authors inspire different people, just like everyone enjoys reading different books. I’ve been inspired by different writers at certain stages of my life. I’ve always known I wanted to write, even from a young age – like when I tried to sell my ‘novel’ for 5c in my early years of…

Meet the Intern: Sarah

MWF marketing and development intern Sarah answers the tough questions. What do you like to do when you’re not interning? When I’m not interning, I can usually be found working on my next manuscript at my second home, Starbucks, or furiously typing out book reviews at 2am for my blog, Written Word Worlds. I’m someone…

November 14, 2017

Intern Blog: So You’ve Been Publicly Book-Shamed

Like many book lovers, I am a person who likes to arrange their books. Every few months I go through a kind of literary Next Top Model. All my books start jostling for a prized position at the front of the bookcase. After a recent re-organisation, I was proudly showing off my shelves to a friend…

October 31, 2017

Intern Blog: The Intertextual Intellectual

By Eran Ranatunge When I was growing up, I was a voracious reader. I knew I wanted to read. It was the same when I first put my hands to a keyboard, and realised I wanted to write. I grew up writing on internet forums, helping to ground me in my ever-more-mobile childhood. But I’ve…

October 9, 2017

Intern Blog: My Festival Experience

By Kelsey Wen As an international student, having the opportunity to complete an internship with a local organisation was a special experience for me. On top of that, being an arts student pursuing leadership and project management, interning at Melbourne Writers Festival was a stepping stone for my future career. Being an Office Lady I…