Author Archives: Robyne Young

About Robyne Young

Writer, creative writing teacher, editor, columnist. Literary lover. Short story collections, The Only Constant and The Basket and the Briefcase available via website.

Just because I didn’t post about it, doesn’t mean it didn’t happen

            I’ve been a little quiet on the blogging front, and as Facebook keeps reminding me updating my Facebook writer page, but it’s not a case of ‘if you don’t post it it didn’t happen!’ It’s … Continue reading

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Write Freely – Creative Writing Workshops at Thurgoona Community Centre

I’m really excited to be running my first creative writing workshops for adults since my return from Sydney in 2016. The Write Freely workshops will be held over six Tuesdays, from 1pm – 3pm starting on Tuesday 20 June at … Continue reading

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You’ll find me in the attic – Louise Allan’s ‘Writers in the Attic’

There’s this wonderful FB page, Binder Full of Australian Women Writers that I am a member of, and in January, the lovely Louise Allan put a call out for writers to reflect on their writing practice. I decided to put … Continue reading

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Sense-ational writing with Robyne

I’m excited to let you know that this year I will be concentrating on my writing life and among other activities will be running creative writing workshops in the Border Region for people of all ages. My first workshops for … Continue reading

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A slight discombobulation …

Is there a gene for flexibility? Not the kind of flexibility that might earn you a place in the Flying Fruit Fly Circus or if you’re a grown up, Cirque du Soleil, but the type of gene that helps you … Continue reading

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No Room

No Room I saw three ships come sailing in on my TV. But had I seen? There were No Boats – they’d all been stopped by signs pinned to the coastline keeping safe the sovereignty of borders over which we … Continue reading

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We want to see your work in ZineWest 2014

I am delighted to be invited to be a guest editor on ZineWest 2014 – a publication by that will feature the work of Western Sydney writers. ZineWest 2014 is multi-genre print zine open to new and emerging writers, aged … Continue reading

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