Welcome to the NT Writers’ Centre. We support writers at all stages of their development, from aspiring to established.
Member Services and Opportunities
All NT Writers’ Centre members can access the following services and opportunities.
On all of our events and workshops, including our annual NT Writers’ Festival.
Andrew McMillan Memorial Residency for emerging writers across genres.
Our fortnightly eNews includes information, news and opportunities for writers.
NTWC members receive all issues of imprint, the annual publication devoted to NT writers and writing produced by the NT Writers’ Centre. To ensure you receive your copy, please check and update your mailing address here.
2016 issue is available for download here
2009 – 2013 issues of the NT Writers’ Centre publication, Write Turn, are available for download here
We promote member achievements and book launches, by sharing Member News through our eNews and Facebook. Email your news to firstname.lastname@example.org
The NT Writers’ Centre can help you find a manuscript assessor if you wish to develop and improve a piece of writing. For more information click here
Publishing contract advice
NTWC members can ring or email for general publishing advice, and for specific contract advice they are eligible for a 10 per cent discount with a publishing specialist.
To add or update your public writer profile, please visit My Account
Submit your writing
The NT Writers’ Centre publishes content written by our membership on our website. For guidelines click here
For information about selling your book/s through our online bookstore, please email email@example.com
The NT Writers’ Centre has a well-stocked library for members. Our main collection is located in our Darwin office (Level 2, Harbour View Plaza, 8 McMinn Street) and has recently been overhauled and is ready for use. A smaller collection exists in our Alice Springs Office at the Red Hot Arts Centre, 67 Bath St.
Books by NT authors
Australian literary journals
Publishing industry references
‘How to’ books on all aspects of writing
It’s always best to ring before you drop in, in case the office is unattended. Materials can be accessed and borrowed by members for up to three weeks.