It’s possible that you fancy a chat about Small Stories or about Splayd and Crayon.

Or maybe you want to talk about how Cannywords could help grow your business.

You might even want to set up a event with the Bookstack Project.

Whatever the reason, I’d be chuffed to hear from you.

Cheers

Amanda Kaye

 

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2 Responses to “Contact”

  1. Hi Amanda,

    I’m writing to see if you’re interested in being involved in this year’s edition of UNSWeetened – The University of New South Wales’ creative writing journal for students.

    UNSWeetened is an annual journal published on campus, and contains poetry and short fiction from undergraduate and postgraduate students. Since the beginning of the program in 1998, it has become a cornerstone of the UNSW arts community. UNSWeetened is also a serious literary competition – each published entry is judged by a panel of writers and academics to win prizes in one of three different categories.

    As an esteemed member of the Sydney writing community, I would love to extend an invitation to you to sit on our judging panel. I believe it’s important to form links between student writers and the wider Australian writing community, and I think that you would achieve this while also bringing prestige to the publication. One of my main goals this year is also to make the publication as diverse as possible so as to accurately represent the UNSW student body. UNSWeetened has a proud history of coordinators who identify as women, people of colour, and/or queer, and that’s something I’d like to continue and see reflected in our judging panel.

    Judging would involve reading the published poetry and short fiction (approx. 25 – 30 pieces in total) and emailing through your top five choices for each of the three categories. There is a judges meeting in Sydney in late June to discuss choices, however you may phone in to this if you wish.

    Let me know your thoughts.

    Kind regards,
    Sarah Fernandes

    • Oh my goodness Sarah. I am so sorry I missed seeing your query. I would have loved to be involved but I gather I’ve missed your deadline to be a judge for this year’s UNSWeetened. Let me know if there is any other way I can help out.
      Apologies and cheers

      Amanda

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