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Online FrankTALK: Katherine Firkin

3 June 2020
Frankston City Libraries
Katherine Firkin

Wednesday 3 June
6pm to 7pm
Online Webinar via Zoom

Polishing, editing and submitting your work with Bridget Caldwell-Bright,...

3 June 2020
Express Media
Express Media

The final week of Toolkits is devoted to preparing your writing for submission, ensuring it’s as polished...

Penny Tangey in conversation - Wed 3 Jun 2020 at 6:30pm

3 June 2020
Readings Bookshop

Wed 3 Jun 2020 at 6:30pm

Online

ONLINE SEMINAR: Memoir Mini-Masterclass: Writing Process and Publication

4 June 2020
Writers Victoria
Amra Pajalic

You Will Learn: 
How to overcome writing obstacles
Research tips and tricks

A #LoveOzYA All Stars panel - Thu 4 Jun 2020 at 6:30pm

4 June 2020
Readings Bookshop

Thu 4 Jun 2020 at 6:30pm

Online

Book launch: The Spill - Fri 5 Jun 2020 at 6:30pm

5 June 2020
Readings Bookshop

Fri 5 Jun 2020 at 6:30pm

Online

Online FrankTALK: Josephine Moon

6 June 2020
Frankston City Libraries
Josephine Moon

Saturday 6 June
11am to 12pm
Online Webinar via Zoom

IN the Miror

9 June 2020 to 14 June 2020
La Mama Theatre

In the Mirror is about Shaun a white Australian who comes from a broken, poor working-class...

Live-stream: Kevin Rudd on Australia’s Post-Pandemic Future

9 June 2020
The Wheeler Centre
Sally Warhaft and Kevin Rudd

What are the origins of COVID-19? How could the pandemic’s spread have been better contained?