Munoz announced as inaugural digital writer in residence
Gabriella Munoz has been announced as Writers Victoria’s inaugural digital writer in residence.
As part of her residency, Munoz will receive professional development including six paid commissions of 800-1000 words published by Writers Victoria or its partner outlets, free access to up to five online or in-person workshops, a paid opportunity to deliver a workshop or seminar through Writers Victoria, as well as a complimentary membership to Writers Victoria.
Munoz is a Mexican-Australian writer and editor. She has published features and essays in both English and Spanish on a range of topics.
The digital writer in residence program is designed to ‘support creative practice and enhance professional development in a way that respects the writers’ life circumstances’. The initiative is funded by a grant from the Loula Rodopoulos Sub-Fund of the Victorian Women’s Benevolent Trust.
For more information, see the Writers Victoria website.
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