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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 […]