APWN is an initiative of Melbourne PEN Centre and supported by Australian PEN Centres, in partnership with Asialink, a non-government organization based at the University of Melbourne.
APWN has been supported by:
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APWN is an initiative of Melbourne PEN Centre, supported by Australian PEN Centre and Asialink.
Melbourne PEN is a member of International PEN, the world wide association of writers whose primary concern is the promotion of literature as a means of understanding across borders. It
As a network there are many visions that motivate us:
I’d like people to share their views about *building lasting/sustainable bonds across cultures through creative writing*. Kirpal Singh:
ICPC means Independent Chinese P.E.N. Centre, and ICPC’s vision is to break the barriers
APWN was initiated by Australian PEN Centre, in partnership with Asialink.
The Asia and Pacific Writers Network, is an alliance of writers, individuals and organizations that work with language and stories, in all their forms.
APWN includes - novelists; journalists; playwrights;
Brief Bio: Paul Hardacre was born in Brisbane, Australia in 1974. Between 1998 and 2003, Paul was the Contributing Queensland Editor for the South Australian poetry journal, Sidewalk. In 2003 he was appointed as an editorial correspondent for Cordite, and he edited selections for