Aspiring Writers Mentorship Program 2015
Winner of the 2015 Aspiring Writers’ Mentorship Program
A story about a young girl’s belief in an orphan Brumby has won the author, Derina McLaughlin, the 2015 Aspiring Writers’ Mentorship Program (AWMP) Award, which is run by the Children’s Book Council of Australia New South Wales Branch Inc. and sponsored by Penguin Random House Australia.
Derina’s was celebrated at the Lady Cutler Dinner, held on Tuesday 17th November, where she received The Charlotte Waring Barton Award.
For the full press release click here.
For further information about the Lady Cutler Dinner click here.
Charlotte Waring Barton Award
In 2015 CBCA NSW Inc. and Penguin Random House Australia joined forces to foster aspiring writers.
In 2015 the Mentorship for Aspiring Writers (Charlotte Waring Barton Award) was sponsored by Penguin Random House Australia.
The 2015 winner received a comprehensive mentorship including:
- 3 x 2 hour sessions with a Penguin Random House author.
- 1 x 1 hour session with a Penguin Random House editor.
- 1 x 1 hour session with Penguin Random House Publicity and Marketing Department.
- 1 x 1 hour session with a Penguin Random House publisher.
For Entry Form, please click here.
For Conditions of Entry, please click here.
Click here to read what previous participants say about the AWMP.