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Wollongong Writers Festival
A weekend of literature, art and ideas at one of the best coastal destinations in Australia. November 22-24, 2019.
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Wollongong Writers Festival 20h
Join journalist and author Ruby Hamad for our event 'Backlash: When Women Speak Their Truth', a panel that explores the often negative reaction women of colour face when speaking against injustice. Check out our website for tickets:
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Illawarra Mercury Oct 16
Reducing food waste with poetry
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Lee Kofman Oct 16
What I'm reading now, in preparation for Have you read any of these books?
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Wollongong Writers Festival Oct 16
Catch award winning author sharing her thoughts and insights from her upcoming book ‘Beauty’ in three events at the 2019 festival: 🎆Crime & Punishment; 🎆Gendered Violence, Media and the Law; and 🎆Beauty. Get your tickets on our website:
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Mark Isaacs Oct 16
I’m approaching this event with mixed emotions. Obviously, I’m excited to be speaking with Behrouz Boochani and Omid Tofighian about Manus Island and their wonderful book. But there’s also a deep…
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Michele Seminara Oct 16
So pumped to be chairing this panel with , @rubyhamad (who's off Twitter atm because, you know, backlash) and at 2019! BACKLASH: WHEN WOMEN OF COLOUR SPEAK THEIR TRUTH. Sun 24 November, 11.30am-12.25pm Check it out!
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Erin Gough Oct 14
Well chuffed to be appearing this year, in conversation with and . You can book tix here:
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NewSouth Oct 13
Check out this amazing program from ! Great to see NewSouth authors , , and many more of our favs on the line up.
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Sam Twyford-Moore Oct 13
Pumped to be appearing at , and as Central Coast scum, with all my Tognetti relos ratbagging down there, I love a writers festival that averts Sydney. Program here:
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Wollongong Writers Festival Oct 13
With SO. MANY. Great events this year, the best (and most affordable) way to ensure you don’t miss anything is to get yourself a Weekend Pass, it’ll get you where you need to be! Click through to buy yours:
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Wollongong Writers Festival Oct 13
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We’re thrilled to have you!
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Wollongong Writers Festival Oct 13
We’re excited to be bringing together so many talented writers this year 😁
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Giramondo Publishing Oct 13
Rawah Arja, and Luke Carman will be appearing at in November. Check out the full program here
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Wollongong Writers Festival Oct 13
Can’t wait to hear their thoughts!
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Wollongong Writers Festival Oct 13
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Lit
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Lee Kofman Oct 12
What a great program has this year! I'm thrilled to be a part of it, teaching a workshop and discussing topics of beauty and shame with some great writers, including , Luke Carman and Jess Hill
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Wollongong Writers Festival Oct 11
Here's what we can promise: the 2019 festival will seek to inspire, entertain and, at times, challenge you—just like good writing does. Download the program here:
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Wollongong Writers Festival Oct 11
This November, the fabulous will be visiting our seaside town for not one, but three events at Wollongong Writers Festival! Download the program here:
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Wollongong Writers Festival Oct 11
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Wollongong Writers Festival Oct 11
We are honoured to announce will be appearing at Wollongong Writers Festival via video chat in November for an event titled 'Literature, Creativity & the Manus Prison Theory'. Head to our website for the full program and to book your tix:
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