The Fellowship of Australian Writers Queensland, or FAWQ, is and always has been a significant force in Queensland’s cultural life. It was at the forefront of lobbying for a Cultural Centre in Brisbane, worked tirelessly to establish the Queensland Writers Centre and was closely involved in the  planning and conduct of the annual Writers Convention, which evolved into the Warana Writers Week and is now the Brisbane Writers Festival.

  • 2017 marked the Fellowship of Australian Writers – Queensland’s  95 years of writing and our magazine Scope’s 60 years of publication.
  • 2021 will mark the centenary of this distinguished and influential Australian Writers group, setting in motion many large cultural events, leading up to and during our 100 year celebrations.
  • New members are welcome. Please click here for more information.

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5 months ago
Book Launch – “Y Girls Just Want To Have Fun” by Rosalie Webb

  Invitation to a Book Launch! You are invited to the launch of: ‘Y GIRLS JUST WANT TO HAVE FUN’ by Rosalie Webb Where: Red Cross Hall 31 – 33 Portwood Street Redcliffe When: Saturday 28…

5 months ago
FAWQ General Meeting – Maureen Freer Award Winners

Dear Members, Please see below link to the FAWQ Zoom Meeting on the 24th October at 2pm. If you would like to attend this meeting, please pre-register. We will be announcing the winners of the Inau…

5 months ago
FAWQ Readers and Writers Festival Moreton Bay 2021

Last weekend FAWQ and USC Moreton Bay hosted Creativity Building Resilience, a panel of writers, creators and academics discussing how writing can improve mental health. You can watch Indrani ... See more

5 months ago
FAWQ Readers and Writers Festival Moreton Bay 2021

Last weekend FAWQ and USC Moreton Bay hosted Creativity Building Resilience, a panel of writers, creators and academics discussing how writing can improve mental health. You can watch Riley Webb's ... See more

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