The NT Writers’ Centre supports writers at all stages of development, from aspiring to established. By becoming an NT Writers’ Centre member, you gain access to a great range of writing services and development opportunities.
NTWC members receive generous discounts on all events and workshops, including events at our annual NT Writers Festival.
Members are eligible to apply for the Andrew McMillan Memorial Residency for emerging writers across genres.
Our fortnightly eNews is jam-packed full of information, news and opportunities and is available to members or anyone else interested in the writerly life.
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 make sure your mailing address is up-to-date here.
The NT Writers’ Centre welcomes writing submissions by our membership, particularly for publication in Imprint magazine. Further details on what we are looking for are available here.
We promote the achievements and book launches of our members by sharing Member News in our eNews and socials. 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 percent discount with a publishing specialist.
To add or update your public writer profile, please visit My Account.
For information about selling your book/s through our online bookstore, please email email@example.com.
The NT Writers’ Centre has a small library that members can use. The bulk of our collection is located in our Darwin office (Harbour View Plaza), but there is also a smaller collection at our Alice Springs Office at Red Hot Arts Centre.
- Books by NT authors
- Poetry anthologies
- Australian literary journals
- Publishing industry references
- ‘How to’ books on all aspects of writing
It’s always best to ring before you drop in, just in case the office is unattended. Materials can be accessed and borrowed by members for up to three weeks.