2Write for writing and editing

writing, editing and design

We’ve been writing, editing and designing magazines, newsletters, pamphlets and reports for 35 years. Our clients are government agencies, universities, private sector and not-for-profit organisations. Between us, we’re skilled at all aspects of print and web publication.

Publications are the public face of your organisation. They can raise your profile, spread your message and boost your members’ morale. 2Write will:

  • help you work out what you want to say and how to say it
  • write the copy with your input
  • edit your efforts
  • turn facts and figures into easy-to-understand tables and graphics
  • bring your messages to life with simple, effective design
  • liaise with printers to ensure the finished product lives up to your expectations
  • advise on promoting your publication among your members, wider public and the media.

Some samples

hard-yards-masthead-smallE-newsletters, such as VSAConnect’s E-nius for returned volunteers, were part of Pat’s VSA work. He also edits the Hard Yards Herald newsletter for construction company LT McGuinness.

Since 2010 we have edited the annual Employment Agreements: Bargaining Trends and Employment Law Update, for Victoria University’s Centre for Labour, Employment and Law.

As a volunteer in Timor-Leste, Pat’s work ranged from WV Annual Reportediting and designing Dear Timor-Leste, Poems of Hope, a booklet of poems by Australian poet Cameron Simmons, to showing Timorese workmates how to produce annual reports in English and Tetun.

'Pat makes the job a smooth, trouble-free operation with his
efficient turn-around of documents. He has improved the
publications' design to give them a professional and sharp look.'
- Sue Ryall, manager, Centre for Labour, Employment and Law, Victoria University

'Gorgeous newsletter, Pip - thank you. Once again you have hit the nail
on the head’.
- Susan Iversen, Karo Data Management director

'Thanks again so much for stepping in to do this. You've done an 
amazing job at such short notice.' 
- Sahra Grinham, Rhubarb PR