What words defined 2021 according to dictionaries?

2021 Words of the Year

Every year, the world’s major dictionaries look at their data and announce their “word of the year” based on search trends. Traditionally it was a

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light the creative spark in 2022

22 ways to reinvent yourself in the New Year

Are you feeling keen to shake up your routine this year? Perhaps you’ve just been through a big life change? A new career, the end of a relationship, a move to a different city? Everyone goes through stages of life where you become a bit unsure about who you are

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Explore our top 10 Q&As of the year

Top 10 Q&As of 2021

Q: Hey, it’s the end of 2021! A: Somehow, yes. Q: What a year. A: It was a year, that’s true. Q: So, they want us to lock down our 10 favourite Q&As of 2021. A: Please don’t say “lock down”. Q: Choose? Select? Curate? Throw darts at a wall?

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Solve our holiday cryptic clues quiz

The holidays are a great time to sit back and give your brain a well-earned rest, right? Well, it’s also a great time to test its limits – with our now-infamous annual holiday treat. That’s right, we’re back this year with a collection of cryptic clues for you to solve.

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Q&A: Holiday vs vacation

Each week here at the Australian Writers’ Centre, we dissect and discuss, contort and retort, ask and gasp at the English language and all its rules, regulations and ridiculousness. It’s a celebration of language, masquerading as a passive-aggressive whinge about words and weirdness. This week, we’re having holiday vibes… Q:

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Relax with these good books

22 recommended reads for 2022

Word of mouth – it remains one of the most powerful ways to find out about something new. And so, with our AWC community being filled with avid readers, we decided to ask “what were some of your favourite books that you read this year?”. The books didn’t have to

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is it succession or secession?

Q&A: Succession vs secession

Each week here at the Australian Writers’ Centre, we dissect and discuss, contort and retort, ask and gasp at the English language and all its rules, regulations and ridiculousness. It’s a celebration of language, masquerading as a passive-aggressive whinge about words and weirdness. This week, we’re succeeding… Q: Hi AWC,

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What words defined 2021 according to dictionaries?

2021 Words of the Year

Every year, the world’s major dictionaries look at their data and announce their “word of the year” based on search trends. Traditionally it was a varied mix of duck milkshakes, metrosexuals and even emojis. But last year saw a common theme – with the likes of “pandemic”, “COVID”, “lockdown” and

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Learn from anywhere with AWC online courses

9 online courses to do this summer

Ah the allure of summer. Where you can sit outside getting sunburnt, frantically waving flies from your face, while sweat falls from your skin in salty cascades… On second thought, why not stay inside in the aircon and learn a new skill instead? For those of you who would much

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Q&A: The origins of “plus” and “+”

Each week here at the Australian Writers’ Centre, we dissect and discuss, contort and retort, ask and gasp at the English language and all its rules, regulations and ridiculousness. It’s a celebration of language, masquerading as a passive-aggressive whinge about words and weirdness. This week, we’re feeling plus-sized… Q: Hi

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What was your favourite book you read in 2021?

One of the best ways to discover something new is through ‘word of mouth’ recommendations. It could be a bottle of wine, a movie, someone to clean your gutters or even something great to read. We know for a fact that our community has read a lot of books this

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COMP CLOSED: WIN our 15-book Holiday Reading pack

This is it – the big end of year competition to shower ONE lucky reader with a whopping 15 books in our Holiday Reading Book Pack! (Don’t worry, we won’t shower you with the books; that could get dangerous.) The AWC elves have selected a diverse range of genres –

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Q&A: Where does ‘vibe’ come from?

Each week here at the Australian Writers’ Centre, we dissect and discuss, contort and retort, ask and gasp at the English language and all its rules, regulations and ridiculousness. It’s a celebration of language, masquerading as a passive-aggressive whinge about words and weirdness. This week, we’re vibing… Q: Hi AWC,

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