Secondary school text books are specialised and written by experts in the relevant field; but school readers, primary school non-fiction books, chapter books linked to the Australia curriculum, and other educational resources are a great opportunity for children’s writers. But writing for the education market is quite different to writing for the trade. Find out all about it in this workshop.
You will learn
- the scope of the education market
- the requirements of the education market
- the do’s and don’ts of writing for the education market
- how to respond to and follow guidelines
- how to get a foot in the door.
This workshop develops employment-related skills.
George recently wrote an article about writing for the education market in The Victorian Writer. You can read the article on this website.
About George Ivanoff
George Ivanoff is a Melbourne children’s author with more than 100 titles under his belt. Although best known for his ‘You Choose’ series and ‘RFDS Adventures’, he has written intensively for the education market. He’s won a few awards, including a YABBA, and has books on the Victorian Premier’s Reading Challenge booklists.
Read more about our Summer School workshops:
Summer School: The Art of Criticism – Giving and Receiving Feedback, 13 January
Summer School: Short Story, 14 January
Summer School: Crime, 15 January
Summer School: Writing Picture Books, 16 January
Summer School: Going Indie – Successful Self-Publishing, 17 January
Summer School: Ekphrasis – The Art of Writing from Art, 18 January
Summer School: New Year, New Novel, 19 January
Summer School: Mastering the Personal Essay, 20 January
Summer School: Editing Your Novel, 21 January
Summer School: Memorable Romance Characters, 22 January
Summer School: Writing Conflict in Literary Fiction, 23 January
Summer School: World Building, 24 January
Summer School: Pitching Memoir and Non-Fiction, 25 January
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