Writers Bloc talks to Alison Croggon about how to write a proposal that will wow funding bodies.
A piece of advice: don’t look at Alison Croggon’s resume unless you're having a high self-esteem day. She is a novelist, poet, critic and opera librettist. Despite the breadth of her career, she is highly successful in every field with the Australian Book Review describing her as “one of the most powerful lyric poets writing today.”
On finding the time to write and smashing creative goals, with Write and Shine's Gemma Seltzer.
Gemma Seltzer is made of fairy dust. She must be magical, I hypothesise, after reading her credentials. It’s a long list filled with collaborations, residencies, a Winston Churchill Travel Fellowship and the publication of her heartwarming book, Speak to Strangers.
Building Blocs posts are designed to help you navigate the trickier elements of writing business and craft. In today's post, digital strategist and Bloc Features editor Anna Spargo-Ryan helps demystify author platforms.