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They cannot take the sky: stories from detention

27 June 2018
Moreland City Libraries - Read More program
John Gulzari and Michael Green

7.45 pm, Wednesday 27 June
Brunswick Library

Travel Writer Tim Richards

27 June 2018
Frankston City Libraries
Tim Richards

Travel writer Tim Richards reveals the secrets of good travel writing.

Author Talk with Ross Topham

27 June 2018
Frankston City Libraries
Ross Topham

Whiteboarding is about Australian schooling from the chalk face.

Any Book Book Club: East Melbourne

3 July 2018
Melbourne Library Service
Melbourne Library Service

Like talking about books? So do we!

Digital storytelling workshop- Boroondara Literary Festival 2018

7 July 2018
Boroondara Library Service
Boroondara Library Service

Are you looking to develop and produce inspiring stories for change using the tools you already have?

Because of her, we can! – celebrating NAIDOC Week

9 July 2018
Moreland City Libraries - Read More program
Rachael Hocking

7.30 pm, Monday 9 July
Brunswick Library

Any Book Book Club: Southbank

11 July 2018
Melbourne Library Service
Melbourne Library Service

Like talking about books? So do we!

Author talk with Kim Hodges

14 July 2018
Frankston City Libraries
Kim Hodges

"Girl Over The Edge” is the new memoir by Kim Hodges.

What to Expect When You're Expecting a Book

25 July 2018
Annabel Smith
Annabel Smith, Jane Rawson

Hoping to be published in the near-future or already signed a contract for your first book?