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Afro Hub Poetry Slam featuring Consciously Kyah

23 April 2019
Melbourne Spoken Word

Afro Hub is a monthly open mic where poets can share their work.

Rebecca Traister: Good and Mad

23 April 2019
The Wheeler Centre
Rebecca Traister and Clare Wright

Rebecca Traister is an American journalist, polemicist and New York Times bestselling author who...

Slaughterhouse Five

24 April 2019 to 5 May 2019
Monash University Student Theatre
Monash Uni Student Theatre & Theatre Works

A theatrical adaptation of one of the most loved, important novels of the 20th Century.

Book launch: The Official Guide to the Election 2019: The Chaser Quarterly...

24 April 2019
Readings Bookshop

Wed 24 Apr 2019 at 6:30pm

Kill Your Darlings First Book Club with Melissa Ferguson - Wed 24 Apr 2019...

24 April 2019
Readings Bookshop

Wed 24 Apr 2019 at 6:30pm

The F Word Address: Alison Whittaker

24 April 2019
The Wheeler Centre
Alison Whittaker and Claire G. Coleman

This event was previously scheduled for November 2018.

April Book Club – BOY SWALLOWS UNIVERSE by Trent Dalton

24 April 2019
The Sun Bookshop

For our April Book Club we are reading BOY SWALLOWS UNIVERSE by Trent Dalton. Brisbane, 1983: A lost...

Book launch: Blindness For Beginners

26 April 2019
Writers Victoria
Maribel Steel

Come and hear Maribel in conversation with Lyndel Caffrey, Write-ability Project Manager for Writers...

Carly Findlay

26 April 2019
The Wheeler Centre
Carly Findlay and Elizabeth McCarthy

‘In fairytales, the characters who look different are often cast as the villain or monsters.