As we continue with restrictions which may last many months, here are some of our ideas about on-line  resources for writers and readers. This page is very much a work in progress.

However the good news is that Murrindindi Shire

libraries, including the mobile library, have resumed operating.

It's at times like this ... that I really wish I'd listened to what my mother told me when I was young.

Why, what did she tell you?

I don't know. I didn't listen.

From Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy

Electronic books

The Murrindindi library services gives access to several thousand electronic books

Project Gutenberg gives free access to hundreds of thousands of out-of-copyright books. You may know of Daniel Defoe from Robinson Crusoe or Moll Flanders, but early in 2020, his Journal of the Plague Year was getting about 2000 downloads a day. and at almost 5000 downloads a month early 2021.

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See our events page

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Goulburn Valley Writers Group are based in Shepparton. Their website has a range of resources including sales of the magazine publishing their writing and a link to current writing competitions.

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Literary News
Other links

As always, the Wheeler Centre

Writing about plague (from The Conversation)

A publisher's helpful suggestions. (From The Guardian)


Short Course: Spelling for on-line bigots (from The Shovel} 

Links for this section not yet complete.

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