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We are delighted to announce that Kaylene Poon will be our inaugural elder-in-residence. This new program has been made possible through donations from our Community Fund donors.  Kaylene Poon is a fourth-generation…
Centre for Stories is looking for expressions of interest from experienced trainers to work on a freelance basis. We are interested in working with people who have facilitated workshops and…
As we say goodbye to 2021, we reflect on what has been another big and busy year at Centre for Stories. It’s been a fantastic year for all of us, and we couldn’t have done it without you!
"Finding a sense of connection to some pieces has moved me and I have observed the power of showing personal experience on storytelling."
"The biggest surprise was finding out how vast the literary ecosystem is, even just digitally. There are a plethora of websites hosting great writing, both in Australia and overseas."
Featuring the Indian Ocean's best writing, Issue Four of Portside Review is full of essays, interviews, short fiction, and poetry for everyone.
You may have noticed the bookshelves filled to the brim at Centre for Stories, but did you know that these books make up a small State Library?
Centre for Stories is pleased to share that our third round of applications to our Hot Desk Fellowship is now open until 22 December 2021.
Missed out on Side Walks 2021 or just want to relive the good times? You can now listen to recordings from the full program.
The team was thrilled to celebrate leadership excellence and outstanding businesses and organisations in Western Australia at the AIM WA Pinnacle Awards.
In partnership with the Town of Victoria Park, Centre for Stories is looking for people to share their story of entering or experiencing homelessness.
Aisyah Shah Idil has been named the inaugural winner of the Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli Fellowship for Writers.
Undercurrent is a series of spoken word afternoons. Each month, local artists are invited to respond to a theme and experience new poetry in the city,  which can take any form – a poem, a story, a song, or a hybrid of a combination of forms. The theme of this event is 'fade'. Book Online
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Do you struggle to carve out distraction free writing time? Are you looking for a safe group environment to work on your writing? Would you like to meet other writers in your community? Then this group is for you! Book Online
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For teachers of creative writing in secondary schools, these workshops are suited to a range of abilities, from a basic understanding of narrative to the capacity to experiment with language, form and structure, thus modelling students’ differing abilities. Book Online
Our First Nations Book Club is an introduction to a diverse range of texts by First Nations authors. Book Online
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