Learn from a grant recipient and assessor how to apply for and win literary and small business grants. Includes annotated sample & current grant list.
Announcing the launch of the Grants for Australian Writers and Publishing Businesses online course!
Are you an Australian writer looking for funding to support your writing project but feel overwhelmed by the grant application process? Look no further! We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new course, Grants for Australian Writers and Publishing Businesses.
In just over one hour, you'll learn everything you need to know about finding, applying for, and winning grants specifically for Australian writers. Taught by Amra Pajalic, a successful grant recipient and grant assessor, this course offers a wealth of knowledge and insider tips for navigating the grant application process with confidence.
With annotated samples of successful funding applications and a current list of grant opportunities, this course offers a comprehensive overview of the grant process, from application to execution. You'll learn how to plan your project in light of what assessors are looking for, the importance of support letters, and how to maximize the effects of the grant to further your writing career.
And as a bonus, the course includes a whole module on the EMDG (Export Market Development Grant) to help you with overseas marketing of your writing and publishing works.
Don't let fear of rejection hold you back from applying for grants. With this course, you'll know exactly what it takes to give a grant application your best shot. Plus, you'll gain plenty of ideas for how to deal with rejection if it does come your way.
Whether you're a budding writer or a seasoned author, Grants for Australian Writers and Publishing Businesses is a must-do course for anyone serious about seeking grant funding. So, join Amra Pajalic today and give yourself the best chance of applying for and winning an Australian literary or small business writing grant.
NB: We asked AI to go over our writing grant course page (written by we humans) and to pull information for a short blog post. Here's what it came up with. We will always let you know if we use ai - this experiment creating the online course announcement blog posts has been interesting as a way of repurposing our original content, but not sure it's something we'll keep doing in future!