Day: July 8, 2014

Interviews with writers
Australian Writers' Centre Team

Has your cat been published yet?

Spend a small amount of time online and you’re bound to come across a cute video of a cat playing a violin or ice skating. So perhaps it should come as no surprise that cats can be published authors, too.

Since Bailey Boat Cat first started his blog in 2012, his adventures have captured readers’ imaginations around the globe. And now, with help from his human companion Louise Kennedy, he has released his first book about life at sea. We sat down with Louise to chat about the journey from blog to book.

Your first post on the Bailey Boat Cat blog was in October 2012 – around the time Bailey was one year old. Where did the idea to create a blog around your cat’s adventures come from?

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Australian Writers' Centre Team

Ep 20 We chat to daddy blogger Reservoir Dad.

In Episode 20 of So you want to be a writer, we chat about the writer spending Stephen King’s money, how you can make 50k a year without hitting the bestseller list, writing letters to strangers is making a comeback, Fiona McFarlane writes about her journey to being published, how to revive

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Alumni news
Australian Writers' Centre Team

“I got published!”: Sarah McKay

We love hearing from our students no matter what they have to say, but when we hear of a student being published, we just want to shout it from the rooftops! We’re a little scared of heights, so we’ll go with a blog post instead. Sarah says: My latest greatest

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