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Show, Don't Tell

17 January 2019
Writers Victoria
Nicole Hayes

You will learn
What is “show don’t tell”?
When does it work, and when doesn’t it?

Words Out Loud Ballarat: Summer Sizzlers

17 January 2019
Melbourne Spoken Word

Words Out Loud is making a hot start to 2019 at its January edition with a non-compulsory theme of “summer...

Writing and Advocacy

18 January 2019
Writers Victoria
Arnold Zable

About Arnold Zable

Experimental Writing

19 January 2019
Writers Victoria
Dave Drayton

Please note: This workshop will be Auslan interpreted
You will learn

Dan Poets featuring Grant Alexander McCracken

19 January 2019
Melbourne Spoken Word

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

Poetry as Presence (Poetry Masterclass with Australian Poetry)

22 January 2019
Writers Victoria
Claire Gaskin

You will learn
How to read a poem
Writing process
Poetry appreciation

Poetry as Presence: Poetry Masterclass with Australian Poetry

22 January 2019
Australian Poetry

Poetry as Presence (Poetry Masterclass with Australian Poetry)

22 January 2019

Passionate Tongues featuring Laura Fisher

22 January 2019
Melbourne Spoken Word

Hosted by ‘the patron-saint of Melbourne poetry,’ poet and photographer Michael Reynolds, what began as a...

I Sing Songs

23 January 2019
fortyfivedownstairs

Award winning and prolific musical director Steven Kreamer finally steps out from behind the keys in this...