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Dead Letter Club

26 October 2017
Dead Letter Club
Melanie Knight

A backlash against Twitter, textspeak, emojis, tinder, like buttons and canned responses....

Otium the time of the Latins. A literary retreat.

28 October 2017
Literary retreat
Silvana Tuccio

Imagine time as luxury.

Writer Under the Influence - November

1 November 2017
Buck Mulligan
Alan Wearne

Our guest this month is poet extraordinaire Alan Wearne.

Indie Comic Con

4 November 2017
indiecomiccon

Indie Comic Con is Melbourne's newest comic book festival showcasing local and independent comic artis

"Is Morality Objective?"

7 November 2017
Existentialist Society
Leslie Allan (www.RationalRealm.com)

Existentialist Society.
Free public lecture, 8pm, followed by questions and discussion:

Bruno Leti Studio Visit, ARt on the Page

15 November 2017
University of Melbourne Special Collections
Noel Shaw Gallery

Join us for a visit to the studio of Melbourne print artist Bruno Leti as part of a public program of...

Refugee Voice of Hope and Resilience - Isaiah Lahai

15 November 2017
Boroondara Library Service
Isaiah Lahai

Please share an evening with former refugee and social justice advocate Isaiah Lahai.

[untitled] Literary Festival Launch

16 November 2017
Stonnington Libraries
Toni Jordan

Join us for the launch of our [untitled] literary festival.

Enemy: a White Ribbon day event

27 November 2017
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Ruth Clare

Be a part of Moreland City Council’s commitment to preventing male violence against women.