SSOA Christmas party – our writers perform.
Story written and performed in Auslan signing by Michelle Maguire, and read by Sharon Dean.
Sound & videography by Philip de Villiers
Sydney School of Arts & Humanities
Sydney School of Arts & Humanities (SSOA) is a reading and writing venture aimed at nurturing purpose, pleasure and playfulness in writing, reading and spiritual inquiry. Our purpose is two-fold:
1. To organise writers’ meet ups & conduct creative writing and memoir classes
2. To publish the completed work of members and students.
The School brings together researchers and writers whose interests span human relationship, the ecology of nature, the built environment, and innovative ideas in the study of spirituality, society and politics.
Our publications range from memoir and short story to poetry and the essay form. Individual writers and members of writing groups are encouraged to offer submissions for publishing consideration by our peer panels.
Members of our narrative writing groups meet weekly in Sydney to encourage and review each other’s writing. Their work is being progressively published in the form of ebooks for sale on this website, alongside books by established writers.
We run several meet ups a week (day & evenings) at reduced rates. A new program begins from March 1st, 2016. Enquiries 0432 289 311 or email@example.com
Discussion and feedback of personal and public writing and e-publication is encouraged as we draw on more than 2,000 members of meet ups and other groups, such as Our Memoir Group (OMG!) and small creative writing groups which meet weekly.
Sydney School of Arts & Humanities is a sponsor of two meet ups, Sydney Writers’ Circle and Sydney Storytellers.
For more information on classes and/or the opportunity to publish your work, check out this website, or contact Dr Christine Williams on 0432 289 311 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We regularly hold and participate in other events, from book tours to readings and performances. You can find some of our current and previous events here.
Through brakes of the cedar and sycamore bowers
Struggles the light that is love to the flowers.
And, softer than slumber, and sweeter than singing,
The notes of the bell-birds are running and ringing.