A rare glimpse into the world of the new wave of cybercrime writers – and their creations

A rare glimpse into the world of the new wave of cybercrime writers – and their creations

When it comes to cybercrime, we all have a sense of what a novel is.

But what do we know about the world that is written in its form?

There’s nothing quite like a good novel and it’s this quality that has led to some of the most interesting, original and original stories being written in recent times.

The new wave has begun, and in a very different way to what you might expect.

Nowadays we have the internet, social media and apps which allow us to share information, organise events and organise events around the world.

But with the proliferation of the internet has come the proliferation and proliferation of cybercriminals.

As the number of criminals has exploded and the scale of the threat has increased, cybercriments have been able to do what no one has ever done before: write books.

In their words, cybercrime is like the world’s version of the Wild West.

But like the Wild Wild West, cybercriminal writing has become a popular and lucrative profession in recent years.

As we speak, the writer’s collective behind Cyber Crime Writers’ Guild (CCWG) has just announced the first-ever Australian Writers’ Association Awards, in recognition of the writers and illustrators who are the heart of the cybercrime genre.

We are proud to be part of the first international association of writers and their illustrators in the world, which brings together a diverse group of artists, writers, designers, editors, writers’ groups and authors to share their passion for creating the world we all live in, said CCWG executive director, Michael Jolliffe.

Read moreThe first edition of the award will be presented at the annual Writers’ Literary Awards in Sydney on November 22, and will be held at the Melbourne Writers’ Festival.

The award will honour outstanding entries from writers in their own right and their contributions to cyberpunk, cyberpunk fiction, cyberfeminism, cyberfantasy, cyberthriller, cyber-punch, cybercomedy, cybernarrative, cybersex, cybervixen, cyberzine, cyberwear, cyberculture and cyberpunk.

The winner will be announced on December 3.

The CCWGs first annual awards will be organised by the Writers’ Conference Australia.

Read the full story at ABC News.