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11th November 2020

New course: Memoir Basics

Reflect on life, lessons, and the world by modelling a host of interesting snippets from memoirs.

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24th September 2020

New lessons: Onboarding

New to Writelike and need a run through of what’s involved? Onboarding lessons are here to show how to get familiar with and teach using Writelike.

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23rd September 2020

New feature: Wrotevote

Writer vs Writer! Snippet vs Snippet! As a group, you can now read, review and vote for your favourite writing with this fun new feedback function!

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23rd September 2020

New lessons: Genre Remix

Golden age sci-fi positivity. Comic strip wordplay. Creepy, understated horror. Our new lessons continue the Remix hijinx while focussing on specific genres.

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21st July 2020

Bringing more of a party feel with Mixed Remix lessons

French Revolution as tabloid journalism. Kitchen fail as art gallery label. Godzilla as haiku. Learn to recombine genre and content with Mixed Remix lessons.

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21st July 2020

New feature: Group social feeds in lessons

To make Writelike work a little more sociable, we’ve created activity feeds so students can read and respond to work of other students in their group.

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21st July 2020

Follow Writelike on social media

We've started a Facebook page, we're posting to Instagram, and working up the guts to say something on Twitter—follow us for "quality content".

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23rd March 2020

New course: First person narrative in That Eye, the Sky

Master subjective narration and first person storytelling by modelling the opening chapter of Tim Winton's novel, That Eye, the Sky.

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16th January 2020

New course: Observing and describing in Storm Boy

Lyrical and timeless, Storm Boy is a classic story and a challenging text to model for writers of any age.

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16th January 2020

New course: Science fantasy worldbuilding in Phoenix

Space! Aliens! Exotic tech! We sample some of the most tropey moments from British author S.F. Said’s popular science fantasy novel, Phoenix.

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