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Chinese poetry reading evening with Ouyang Yu

20 June 2019
Boroondara Library Service
Ouyang Yu

Come and listen or share your own original poem in this Chinese poetry reading evening with Ouyang Yu.

Writing for Web Series

20 June 2019
Emerging Writers

Nikki Tran, Alistair Baldwin and Oliver Reeson discuss practical tips, industry insight and what is...

Performing Writing: Passages of Affect

20 June 2019
Emerging Writers

Presented by RMIT final year Creative Writing students from the Horizons Studios, this performance...

Melbourne Kitchen Project

20 June 2019
Emerging Writers

As part of SIGNAL’s Young Creatives Lab, artist Meg Rennie has created a series of illustrated portraits...

Writers’ Night School: The Intimate Address

20 June 2019
Emerging Writers

Nonfiction expert Ellena Savage shares tools and tips to create intimate and powerful works of creative...

A Raven, A Writing Desk

20 June 2019
Emerging Writers

What happens when we free ourselves from the sterile language of ‘mental illness and health’ to explore...

Ways of Listening

20 June 2019
Emerging Writers

Join us for an experimental evening of speech and sound that moves between poetry, discussion and...

Littlefoot & Co. Spoken Word

20 June 2019
Emerging Writers

Littlefoot & Co.

Late Night Lit: Yesterday: A Live Listening Party

20 June 2019
Emerging Writers

From the mundane to the monumental, from last Wednesday to last century, the fuzzy memories of yesterdays...