North Sydney Council offers writers a unique opportunity to pursue their inspiration in the tranquil, historic Don Bank Museum - a heritage building in a Victorian remnant garden setting.
Council invites writers of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, memoir and plays, songwriters and musical composers to apply for this wonderful opportunity.
(Applications usually open in October and close in November.)
The program is open to individuals or groups from anywhere in New South Wales.
Please contact Amanda Hudson at Stanton Library on 9936 8425 or email@example.com
2018 Don Bank Writer in Residence
Belinda studied fiction writing and novel writing at the New York Gotham Writers' Workshop and has had fiction, non-fiction and academic articles published. Belinda was a semi-finalist in the William Van Dyke short story prize (2015) and graduated with a Masters of Creative Arts from the University of the Sunshine Coast (2016). In 2017 Belinda finished her first full-length manuscript and was awarded a scholarship to undertake a PhD in creative writing at Macquarie University. During her time at the Don Bank, Belinda will work on her second novel.
Belinda presented talks and workshops, free and open to the public, during her residency.