NSW Writers Centre Delivers Blogging Courses in Sydney

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Blogging Courses

NSW Writers Centre
Blogging Courses

While blogging remains the domain of free-minded, liberty-loving individuals whether utopian or dystopian, the fact is there are certain structures and practices that work best. That’s where a blogging course can help you

Blogging courses at the NSW Writers’ Centre are a great introduction to an increasingly popular form of self-expression. Over the last year Angela Meyer and Will Kostakis have presented beginner blogging courses that focus on the basic mechanics of setting up a blog and consider how you wish to present yourself online.

The increasing popularity of blogging is obvious, with a sold out blogging course earlier this year leading NSW Writers to entice Will Kostakis back to their centre – and another packed room full of beginner bloggers.

bondi chai Melbourne-based Angela Meyer will be back at the centre in 2013, to teach a hands-on blogging course – so charge up those laptops and keep an eye out for the launch of our 2013 course program. Angela runs the popular LiteraryMinded blog, which has been hosted by Crikey and run independently, and she speaks regularly at writers’ festivals and writes for national publications. NSW Writers look forward to helping a new group of beginner bloggers (or even those who need to brush-up their skills) and to seeing an exciting array of blogs hit the web.

Has your blog gone live since learning from Will and Angela? NSW Writers would love to know how your blog is coming along – send them an email with your blog address so they can take a look!

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