Digital publishing – everything you’ve ever wanted to know
One day workshop with seven digital experts at Emerging Writers Festival 2013.
If you’re a blogger, writer, video maker this practical full day workshop will quickly get you up to date with the latest issues and opportunities in digital publishing. It promises to be an inspiring day that leaves you motivated and excited about getting your creative work published in the digital space.
Noodlies, Sydney food blog is excited to be one of the digital experts.
Some of the workshops and speakers include:
Strategic Planning – Rose Powell (twitter @rosepowell)
Rose is a freelance features writer and editor. She looks after the community and communication work at the Sydney Writers’ Centre in Milsons Point, and coordinates the Best Australian Blogs Competition (BABC). She is working on her (hopefully) first novel and looking forward to starting her own book blog as soon as she stops coordinating BABC.
Content Creation – Jo Case (@jocaseau)
Jo Case is senior writer/editor at the Wheeler Centre. Her first book, Boomer and Me: A memoir of motherhood, and Asperger’s is published by Hardie Grant in Australia and the UK. She has worked in books since she exchanged her job as a Target check-out chick for one in a bookshop, aged 17. Most recently, she worked for Readings Books, Music & Film, where she edited their newsletter, Readings Monthly. She has been deputy editor of Australian Book Review, books editor of the Big Issue and associate editor of Kill Your Darlings.
Capitalising on Success – Thang Ngo (@thangngo)
By day Thang Ngo works in one of Australia’s largest and most awarded media agency. By night he’s a food writer and commentator. He publishes noodlies, Australia’s number one video food blog, contributes to SBS Feast Magazine, and reviews for The Sydney Morning Herald’s Good Food Under $30. He has published op-ed pieces in the Sydney Morning Herald, Daily Telegraph’s The Punch and ABC’s The Drum.
Digital Keynote – Matt Blackwood (@mattyblackwood)
Matt Blackwood is a writer, filmmaker and teacher.
He has worked on AFI award-winning films, won prizes for his short stories and screenplays, given birth to three-and-a-half disobedient manuscripts, and gluten doesn’t agree with him, even though he personally doesn’t have a problem with it. He cajoled ten companies to form a mobile cinema that toured the bushfire-affected area of St Andrews, and his project MyStory gained a City of Melbourne 2010 Laneway Commission, which will showcase his own work, along with that of Barry Dickins, Cate Kennedy and Tony Birch, in digitally immersive forms.
Places are limited to 30 participants, click to book for Digital Masterclass, Friday 24th May.