Australian Society of Authors (ASA)
The ASA is the professional association for Australia’s authors and illustrators. They provide advocacy, support and advice for authors and illustrators in matters relating to their professional practice.
Australian Copyright Council
The Australian Copyright Council is an independent not for profit organisation.They provide information, advice and training about copyright in Australia
Writers Victoria is all about writing. With nearly 3,500 members throughout Victoria (and beyond), they are the state’s largest organisation supporting Victorian writers.
ACT Writers Centre
For the last twenty years, the ACT Writers Centre has been developing writers and their work, focusing on craft and professional practice over a creative lifetime. As the leading organisation of writing-based culture in the ACT, the Centre continues to build an innovative, vibrant and sustainable sector by providing opportunities for writers and developing beneficial collaborations.
NSW Writers’ Centre
The NSW Writers’ Centre brings aspirational, emerging, developing and established writers together as a community through the provision of a suite of writing programs and services that support, develop and promote a writing culture.
NT Writers’ Centre
The NT Writers Centre encourages vibrant literary activity in the Northern Territory, developing and supporting writers in all genres at all stages of their careers. We value quality NT writing as a unique component of Australia’s literary wealth and recognise Indigenous writers and storytellers as a core component of this.
QLD Writers’ Centre
QWC is a not-for-profit membership organisation that supports, celebrates and showcases Queensland writers and writing in all its forms. We work with our members and partners to promote a vibrant and diverse writing community across Queensland.ally.
SA Writers’ Centre
SA Writers Centre is a not for profit organisation that aims to foster, develop and promote writers and writing.
The TAS Writers’ Centre
The Tasmanian Writers Centre was incorporated in 1998 and grew out of an already strong literary community which realised the benefits a professional organisation could offer writers and readers in the state.
As the peak body for writing and associated activities in WA, writingWA celebrates the achievements of our literary creators, provides a range of services to support emerging practitioners, and strives to bring Western Australian writing to new audiences throughout this State and beyond.