Literary Mixers

Literary Mixers pairs emerging authors with established authors as they talk candidly about their journeys to publication: their highs and lows, friends lost, and amount of wine and chocolate consumed during the writing process. Authors confess their innermost fears, share their vulnerabilities, and reflect on the joys of being a writer.

On 14 June 2018 Louise Allan and Amanda Curtin shared a conversation on the difficult journey to publication, writers supporting writers, rejection, and many, many drafts.
On the evening of 2 April 2019, romance authors Rachael Johns and Michael Trant shared their individual journeys to publication at Literary Mixers.
On the evening of 12 July 2018, local authors Susan Midalia and Laurie Steed shared some friendly banter surrounding their journey to publication, the highs and lows of the writing scene, and what makes a manuscript publishable.
On the evening of 9 August 2018, YA Authors Alicia Tuckerman and Holden Sheppard shared their individual journeys to publication at Literary Mixers. 
On the evening of 11 October 2018, authors Michelle Johnston and Dawn Barker shared their writerly journeys at Literary Mixers. 
On the evening of 6 June 2019, Alice Nelson and Brenda Walker shared snippets into the life and mind of a writer.
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