Write Along the Highway 2016


Write Along The Highway is a festival of writing events hosted by Western Australian libraries to support and encourage development of local writers. The events are linked as part of international NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month).

Write Along the Highway information session

Come along to our information session for details of a series of write-ins, author talks, workshops, and events throughout October and November.

For more information visit

Thursday 13 October, 6pm-7pm
Fremantle City Library
8 William St, Fremantle

Bookings essential – or 08 9432 9766

Write Along the Highway Kick-off Party:

Come join a celebration of your writing! There will be CAKE! , games, and a chance to talk about writing with fellow writers, share the excitement of beginning something amazing, and get some words written as a great start for November. Bring your laptop, tablet, or pen and paper with you to add new words (or edit old ones) on your ‘work-in-progress’.

Yes, Kick Off is a bit like a write in, but it’s an EPIC write in, and a chance to party and have a lot of fun as we fire off the writing month in style.

Tuesday 1 November, 6pm-9pm
City of Fremantle Reception Room (enter off the curved staircase)
8 William St, Fremantle

Bookings essential – or 08 9432 9766

Write Along the Highway program

There will be various events happening at public libraries to celebrate during October and November, including author talks, storytelling, a pop culture convention, writing workshops and more. To book, please contact the venue.

Download the Write Along the Highway program.