The Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers’ Centre - otherwise known as KSP - will be holding a free community Open Day event on Sunday 19 May 2019.
First built in 1910, the Writers' Centre was formerly the home of novelist Katharine Susannah Prichard, who in 1915 was the first Australian author to win an international literary prize and who was also nominated for a Nobel Prize for Literature in 1951, among other successes. The property is now heritage-listed and primarily managed by volunteers as a vibrant community hub for writers.
Ever thought about writing a book? Perhaps you've got a dusty manuscript hiding in a drawer that is calling out to be published? Maybe your inner poet is looking for inspiration, or your child is filled to the brim with stories that need nurturing?
Come along to the KSP Open Day to discover the rich secrets of the property, support local authors, and find out how your writing dreams can be achieved, whatever they may be.