University of Technology Sydney

57239 Writing, Industry and Practice

Requisite(s): 57041 Narrative Writing AND 57134 Theory and Creative Writing AND 57031 Creative Non-fiction
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Anti-requisite(s): 57190 Writing Seminar


In this subject, students learn about the writing industry and apply this knowledge to their own practice and career aspirations. They hear from industry experts about current trends, markets and opportunities for writers, editors, publishers and storytellers. Through case studies of writers and their work, students understand how stories and texts have been developed and supported by the creative and cultural industries, from funding and mentoring to publication and production. Students develop a portfolio of industry-relevant materials through the subject, including creative development and pitching documents, and draft applications for funding, representation and fellowships. In the subject, students also devise a development and dissemination plan for a major writing project.

Typical availability

Autumn session, City campus,
Spring session, City campus

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