Academic & Education

Branch of Institute of Professional Editors Limited (IPEd). Association of publishing professionals, including editors, designers, illustrators, typesetters, proofreaders, desktop publishers and publishing consultants dedicated to excellence in publishing in Queensland. Seminars and workshops are held regularly.

The Queensland Memory Awards are dedicated to supporting researchers of all kinds to interpret the collections of the John Oxley Library.  Through deep engagement and interaction with the collections, these interpretations provide new insights into the collection and contribute new knowledge about Queensland’s history.

(07) 3842 9847
Cultural Precinct, Stanley Place, SOUTH BRISBANE QLD 4101
Contact Name
Awards Coordinator
Paying Market
State Library of Queensland
Every year
Submissions are due in March.

Science magazine for children and early teens. Science news, feature stories, hands-on activities, comics and competitions. 8 issues a year.

Six issues per year

A monthly magazine aiming to inform and inspire readers about the Catholic faith. Publishes quality feature journalism with thought-provoking pieces on issues facing Melbournians and pieces relating to the history of the church and its place in the city. Features in-depth articles by guest writers, on-site reporting, book and movie reviews, spiritual reflections and more. Produced by the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne.

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Perth International Arts Festival curates and presents an annual arts festival of the highest international quality. PIAF aspires to create new work and stimulate discourse about Western Australia and our place in a complex and political world. As a sub-strand of PIAF, the Perth Writers Festival aims to showcase and celebrate the written and spoken word. Participants include poets, novelists, social commentators, filmmakers, artists and musicians.

Perth International Arts Festival

The Tasmanian Writers & Readers Festival, run biennially by the Tasmanian Writers Centre, unites writers and readers from across the state and Australia through masterclasses, discussion forums, spoken word events, children’s programs and more. The festival occupies various spaces throughout the historic Hadley’s Orient Hotel and encourages all members of the community to engage with their fellow readers and writers through the power of storytelling.

Tasmanian Writers’ Centre