Calling all writers!


National Novel Writing Month

If writing a novel is on your bucket list join in one of Write Along The Highway’s events as part of internationally celebrated NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). Write Along The Highway is a festival of writing events hosted by Western Australian Libraries which aim at supporting and encouraging the professional development of our local writers. The festival includes a series of write-ins, author talks, workshops, and events throughout October and November. Visit for more information.

Write Along The Highway Information Session

Come along to our information session and discover Write Along the Highway and National Novel Writing Month. You can also pick up a packed to the brin calendar of events for writers from October through December, meet other local writers and learn how you can write your book in thirty days by taking part in the NaNoWriMo challenge this November.

Fremantle City Library
Tuesday 6th October
4:00pm – 5:00pm


Writing workshop with Leonard Goulds

Character development through roleplay

An aficionado of stories and storytelling since birth, Leonard Goulds is a keen traveller and avid collector, especially of books and games. Leonard is a proud recipient of the CAL Emerging Writer in Residence position at FAWWA for 2015. He predominantly writes short stories (alternating genre between fantasy, science fiction and horror) and also has an interest in alternate forms of literature, creativity and mythology.

Inspired by theatrical exercises and pen and paper roleplaying games, this workshop will encourage the creation and evolution of complex and believable characters to be utilised in written work.

Sunday 18th October 2015
Fremantle City Library
12:30pm- 3:30pm

Booking essential – online or ring 9432 9766

Write Along the Highway – Write In Sessions

Writing tends to be a solitary gig, gut if you’re after some extra motivation or want to meet like-minded writers, come along to a write-in at any of the participating libraries.
2nd, 9th, 30th  November 2015
10:00am – 1:00pm