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Plot & Structure course with Sophie Cunningham

22 April 2017
Faber Writing Academy
Sophie Cunningham

What are the different types of plot? Do novels have to have them?

Author Talk with Andrew Rule

22 April 2017
Frankston City Libraries
Andrew Rule

Andrew Rule is well known for his journalism for newspapers, radio and TV.

Having a Voice Series: Writing Women – Historical Fiction

22 April 2017
Writers Victoria
Kate Mildenhall

Discover how to find hidden stories in historical collections.

Get out of the way of your own performance with Nathan Curnow

22 April 2017
Melbourne Spoken Word

Melbourne Spoken Word presents the next in our series of workshops, this time with Nathan Curnow.

Laughing Matters: Comedy and Free Speech in India

22 April 2017
The Wheeler Centre
Sapan Verma, Daniel Fernandes, Neeti Palta, and...

‘This is EIC Outrage, where we talk about issues … and hope to not get assassinated’.

State Library Victoria Fellowships

23 April 2017
State Library Victoria

Do you have a creative project or idea that could use the Library’s collection in innovative ways?

Bar Oussou Spoken Word

24 April 2017
Melbourne Spoken Word

A night for the poetic sweepings of the inner north to degenerate into sleaze, vitriol, and confusion.

Writers on Wednesdays: Feminist Writing

26 April 2017
Writers Victoria
Karen Pickering

Raising your voice as a feminist writer may be difficult at times but it's also powerful, important, and...

BROW TALKS Season One presented by RMIT's non/fictionLab: Lecture...

26 April 2017
The Lifted Brow
Chad Parkhill, The Lifted Brow, non/fictionLab

Lecture Four – Wednesday 26 April, 6pm for 6.30

THE LANGUAGE OF PROGRESS
Chad Parkhill