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QBWA Dickinson Memorial Literary Competition 2015

This is the season to warm up your creative writing cells. Theme:  The Anzac Centenary

Calling all VI writers! This year’s theme is a very broad topic and I’m sure all writers will have something to say in their favourite genre about what the Anzac Centenary means – or even does not mean – to them.

The Guidelines and an Entry Form can be downloaded from the following links:

Dickinson Memorial Literary Competition Guidelines 2015

Dickinson Competition Entry Form 2015

Our mission

To provide Braille and Moon tuition and reading material to empower people who are blind or who have low vision to live with dignity and independence.

What we do

QBWA is a voluntary association of people specialising in tactual literacy.

Library: a free lending library of braille and moon books – look at the Library tag for more information.

Transcribers: produce books and other resources in braille for children and adults, students of all ages, organisations and government departments.

Tutoring:  All of our braille tutors have passed the Trans-Tasman Braille Proficiency Exam. They are skilled in tutoring adults who wish to become touch readers of braille or moon script. Explore our website to find out more about the Association, the range of services and resources available and ways in which you might like to assist our unique organisation.

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