National Writers Forum

Auckland

Venue Location

Owen G Glenn Building, 12 Grafton Rd, Auckland

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Prices

GRAND OPENING:

FRIDAY NIGHT Friday Night ONLY (included in Conference Package for full delegates)
$20.00

EARLYBIRD:

Earlybird prices to run until 5 August
NZSA MEMBER NZSA membership number to be supplied and verified at Registration
$250.00
NZSA STUDENT Student ID & NZSA membership number to be supplied and verified at Registration
$190.00
ADULT Non-Member Full registration NWF 21-23 September
$300.00
ADULT+MEMBER Full registration + new NZSA full year membership
$375.00
STUDENT Student ID will be required at Registration
$230.00
STUDENT+MEMBER Full registration + new NZSA full year membership
$255.00

FULL PRICE:

NZSA MEMBER NZSA membership number to be supplied and verified at Registration
$295.00
NZSA STUDENT Student ID & NZSA membership number to be supplied and verified at Registration
$225.00
ADULT Non-Member Full registration NWF 21-23 September
$345.00
ADULT+MEMBER Full registration + new NZSA full year membership
$420.00
STUDENT Student ID required at registration
$265.00
STUDENT+MEMBER Full registration + new NZSA full year membership
$290.00

DAY PASS:

SATURDAY ONLY
$180.00
SUNDAY ONLY
$150.00

Timing

Running Time: 21 - 23 Sep 2018

Venue Location

Owen G Glenn Building, 12 Grafton Rd, Auckland

Payment Options

Credit Card
2.50%
Bank Transfer
$1.50
Online Eftpos
1.80%

Delivery Options

eTicket
free
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WHAT IS THE NWF?
The New Zealand Society of Author (PEN NZ Inc) Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa’s National Writers Forum is a conference for people who write whether fiction, non-fiction, blogs, textbooks, children’s writers, graphic novels, poetry, plays or digital media. 

It is a 2.5 day intensive where writers talk, learn and share information about the craft of writing, the business of writing and the world of words.

The NWF reports and reflects on aspects of technique, deep craft, current New Zealand writing, publishing opportunities and explores the prospects for writers.

WRITING TO LIVE, LIVING TO WRITE
This year we’ll be celebrating the important role the written word plays in our lives and communities, learn new skills to develop our craft and talk about how to sustain our work, our industry and ourselves in this ever changing publishing world.

Join leading writers from across Aotearoa and Oceania who will share their knowledge and experiences. Immerse yourself in the only national event designed for and by writers. 

Leading writers from Australia, Samoa and New Zealand will deliver workshops, master classes, presentations, keynotes and panel discussions covering subjects that matter to all writers: the craft of writing, getting your manuscript ready for publication, publishing in both print and digital format, promoting books, finding readers, building a career, making it internationally, working in translation and much much more. 

There is also the Janet Frame Memorial Lecture, the CLNZ Awards Cocktail party and loads more opportunities to network with others in the writing community. 

All ticket holders can enter the Making the Perfect Pitch competition to win a one-on-one session with participating publishers. 

Check out our website for the full programme and all participating speakers: www.nationalwritersforum.org.nz

WHO SHOULD COME?
Any writer who wants to develop their craft, increase the visibility of their work, develop their career, engage with other writers and find out the latest industry news and prospects for writers. 

Special rates apply for NZSA Members. 


*Friday Night ONLY ticket to attend the Grand Opening event, includes The Janet Frame Memorial Lecture, Grand opening and welcome, Legacy NZSA and Philip Pullman link and drinks (one drink voucher and nibbles) Note: The Friday night is included in the full conference ticket for full delegates.