Events & Meetings

August 2019 Meeting @ Redcliffe Library - Meeting Room 2
Aug 24 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Rob Morris, our poetry editor will be presenting a Poetry Workshop at this meeting, from 2pm.

The workshop will be followed with an overview of our July 27th, public meeting by our President Jim Higgins.

September 2019 Meeting @ Redcliffe Library - Meeting Room 2
Sep 28 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

This meeting will include a “Editing for Writers” workshop presented by Lexcia Dalton.

I am a multi genre author, and write mainly novels and novellas. Over the past few years I have delved into short stories, with a smattering of poetry.  My writing encompass contemporary and historical romance, time slip, fantasy, and science fiction.

I started writing when I was fifteen, and have never stopped. When I am not writing, I am either researching for a writing project or extending my writing education.

My writing has appeared in four anthologies (Writing on the Wall, and Can You Believe it by Arts Alliance of Pine Rivers Inc, Future Vision  and The Evil Inside Us by 1231 Publishing), The Writers Grapevine, and I self published two novels.

This year I started to present workshops to writing groups using my experiences and knowledge as a writer to assist other writers on their journey.

October 2019 Meeting @ Redcliffe Library - Meeting Room 2
Oct 26 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm


This meeting includes a presentation on “Digital Marketing for Authors”

By Member, Webmanager, Author and Digital Marketer – Russell Perry

November 2019 Meeting @ Redcliffe Library - Meeting Room 2
Nov 23 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
February 2020 Annual General Meeting @ Brisbane Square Library
Feb 22 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

​Our 2020 Annual General Meeting, to be held at the Brisbane Square Library, will be the first meeting for 2020 and will mark the FAWQ move to the Brisbane Square Library for all general meetings. A short walk from Central Station and close to parking in King George car park.

All are welcome, members and potential members, as we move into a very exciting period for FAWQ.

2020 will see us build toward our centenary year in 2021, with plans throughout 2020/21 for festivals, events and membership growth throughout the state, and the establishment of FAWQ as an organisation providing resources for writer of all levels, children included, as well as writers groups, to help hone the writers craft.

Mark the day in you calendar and come along. Make 2020 the year you took that positive writing step.

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