‘You’ll be locked away with experts with direct access to coaching advice worth thousands of dollars’

Dear Friends and New Readers, My 2016 working year was punctuated by an event, and there was a before, during and after. Before the event, my work was tracking more slowly than it should. I could see things had to change, and I had to change. One day in May I mentioned to the designer of […]

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In managing messages we can easily forget to tell the story.

Design stories and PR. In managing messages we can easily forget to tell the story.

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Keeping the writer ego off the page. It’s the story, silly

Keep your writer ego off the page: It’s the story, silly

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Riffing between artists, architects (& writers)

I write or polish narratives for architects and designers from behind the scenes but when artist friend, Dave Hickson sent a link to MPavilion/Art Monthly Australia Writing Award, I couldn’t resist. It offered a nice change of pace and appealing rewards. The task was to explore one or more aspects of the relationship between art and […]

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Services pages @ heart of website

Service pages are at the heart of websites. The Writing Business wrote copy for the new website of international design group, WATG

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Is getting our work seen the greatest challenge of our times?

“The biggest communications challenge is in getting our work seen.” This wasn’t said to me by a young person starting, or someone in a fledgling firm, but by a leader in a successful international group. “If people see the strength and depth of our work then they will understand,” he said. But how do we […]

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Protected: Delight in Turkey’s jewel (and baths) with 60 writers

Delightful new book launched

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