Work, Work, Work, Work(shop)

Do you enjoy learning in a fun and safe environment? There’s no better way to squeeze all the know-how and […]

Support NYWF with $$

In 2017-2018, on our 20th Birthday, we are making a special call-out to our wonderful alumni, artists, supporters and audiences, to […]

Younger Young Writers’ Program

The Younger Young Writers’ Program has been created specifically for writers aged 13 to 17 who possess a passion and […]

Zine Fair Call Out!

Wow, hey, what’s this? Applications are now open to get a table at the NYWF 2017 Zine Fair. What counts […]

Slinkies/NYWF Phone It In Competition

The Spineless Wonders’ Slinkies team scouts for new and emerging writers  from across Australia. This year, we are excited to […]

NYWF Artist Call Out 2017

Artist Call Outs for the 2017 This is Not Art Festival, comprising National Young Writers’ Festival (NYWF), Crack Theatre Festival […]

Call for NYWF 2017-18 Festival Coordinator

The National Young Writers’ Festival (NYWF) is looking for a creative and energetic individual (from anywhere in Australia) to help […]

REVIEW: Class Ceiling

By Press Room Contributor Bri Lee Saturday 2pm-3pm, The Press Book House The session started 10 minutes late, unfortunately, and […]

REVIEW: Publishing from The Underground

By Press Room Contributor Bri Lee, Image taken by Alana Pots Saturday – 4pm-5pm, Elderly Citizen’s Centre It’s hard for […]

REVIEW: Me, Myself, and I: Writing for Yourself

“Me, Myself and I: Writing for Yourself” was definitely the most pleasant roundtable discussion I attended at the festival. Although, […]

REVIEW: Disability

Sunday – 12pm-1pm, Vinyl Cafe By press room Contributor Bridget Lutherborrow “Everyone’s very hungover,” begins Julia Pillai. “Let’s not beat […]

REVIEW: Bodily Functions

Saturday, `12pm-1pm – The Royal Exchange By Press Room Contributor Chloe Reeson How gross are bodies, right? Wrong! We all […]