We’ve had a few questions about whether the stories need to be set in an historic context. The answer is, only if you want it to be. Any time, and any genre goes – just connect with the image in some way. I had a bit of a play with this photo at Dip Crossing
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So, you’ve started writing your Gold Coast Anthology story and you’re stuck! It happens to me, too. What do you do? Just keep it in the back of your mind while everything in your life is going on around you. Apply everything you see and hear to it to see if things fit. Further inspiration
For newer writers we recommend the following: Read as much as you can in the way of contemporary Australian short stories in the same genre as you are writing. Complete several drafts and revisions of your story. Ask fellow writers or editors to review and advise on your story. If you have time, put your
Gold Coast Anthology is a cross genre collection of stories inspired by a selection of images of the Gold Coast, Australia. We invite submissions from authors with a connection to the Gold Coast Australia, from all genres, to assist us to create a collection of stories inspired an image from the set on this website.
The twist with this anthology is that the story needs to link to a photo from under the ‘Photo’ menu on this site. Almost a hundred photos have been selected from Picture Gold Coast, covering a range of places and themes. All photos have been cleared for use in the anthology. All you have to
Great news this week. We got approval for the grant we applied for from the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF). The ‘we’ in this are the Prana Writers, a Gold Coast writers group that first came together in 2009 as a result of a Gold Coast City Council Writing Competition ‘Write that Book’. Read ‘About