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The past is never past: New mysteries with history

22 February 2019
Sisters in Crime
Toni Jordan, M J Tjia, Kirsten Alexander, Alison...

Toni Jordan, M J Tjia and Kirsten Alexander talk to Alison Goodman about why digging into the past...

Chinese Reading and Writing Festival Launch

22 February 2019
Whitehorse-Manningham-Libraries
Melanie Cheng

Join us to celebrate the opening of Whitehorse Manningham Libraries inaugural Chinese Reading and Writing...

Poetry at Lentil: On Water

22 February 2019
Melbourne Spoken Word

Pay-as-you-feel restaurant, Lentil As Anything, located in the old nuns dining hall at the Abbotsford...

Self-publishing Bootcamp (Weekend)

23 February 2019
Writers Victoria
Ellie Marney

You will learn:
how to develop a release plan, and prep your work for publication

Dan Poets featuring Liz Hicklin

23 February 2019
Melbourne Spoken Word

The Dan is Melbourne’s longest running weekly poetry venue is now in its 25th year.

Melbourne Poets Union's Saturday Night featuring Tariro Mavondo and...

23 February 2019
Melbourne Spoken Word

MPU’s first monthly event for 2019 is a superstar event with 2018 MSW Prize winner Natalie Jeffreys and...

Melbourne Book Market

24 February 2019
Melbourne Book Market
Melbourne Book Market

Detail: Every Sunday until 14 April, 10am-4pm
Location: A Shed

Online Feedback: Children’s Books with Aleesah Darlison

24 February 2019
LoveOzYa

Event for Writers at Online

Benjamin Law - Chinese Australians on Screen

25 February 2019
Whitehorse-Manningham-Libraries
Benjamin Law

Benjamin Law is the author of the memoir The Family Law, the travel book Gaysia and the Quarterly Essay on...