When you’re starting out as a writer, it can seem like there are a lot of things you’re just expected to simply know. So, how exactly do you earn money as a writer? How can you set up a regular time to write? Do you have to pay tax on your income? How much should you put aside for your super and how the hell does one write an invoice? This panel will be where to find out all the habits that make up a viable professional practice.
National Writers' Conference & Online
Establishing a Sustainable Practice
Saturday 17 June, 4:15pm
Online, Via Zoom
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