NZSA WebWorkshops – A series of webinars to enable ongoing professional development
This series kicked off with some workshops we had planned for the NZSA National Writer’s Forum 2020 and features writers and industry professionals offering virtual workshops on topics such as self-publishing, romance writing, poetry, structure, short stories, pitching, contract advice, dystopian writing and the business of writing.
All WebWorkshops are hosted on Zoom. Zoom is free to download
Learn more about what to expect in a WebWorkshop in this article from the NZ Author magazine – Spring 2020.
Upcoming WebWorkshops – 2021 season
From Here – Point of View in Short Fiction – Webworkshop – Pip Adam
6pm to 8pm, Thursday 1 July 2021
Pip Adam is the author of three novels: Nothing to See (2020), The New Animals (2017), and I’m Working on a Building (2013); and the short story collection Everything We Hoped For (2010), which won the NZSA Hubert Church Best First Book Award for Fiction in 2011.
Pip’s work has appeared in literary journals and anthologies in New Zealand and overseas. In 2012 she received an Arts Foundation of New Zealand New Generation Award. Pip facilitates writing workshops in universities and other settings, including with people affected by crime in prisons and communities. She makes the Better off Read podcast where she talks with authors about writing and reading.
Pip Adam won the 2018 Acorn Foundation Fiction Prize for The New Animals. She is the 2021 Te Herenga Waka – Victoria University of Wellington IIML/CNZ Writer in Residence, and her new novel, Nothing to See, was shortlisted for the Ockham NZ Book Awards.
WEBWORKSHOP ATTENDANCE FEE: NZSA Members – $30. (Non-members – $60)
“Can I just say that I am so enjoying these online classes – so much better than having to go out in the cold, wrestle for a park etc. Please keep providing these! I live part of the time on a farm and it is just so wonderful to be able to participate in these sorts of things when I am not in the city. Makes all the difference!”