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Stephanie Alexander in conversation with Christine Gordon - Thu 25 Oct...

25 October 2018
Readings Bookshop

Thu 25 Oct 2018 at 6:00pm

Book launch: Three bilingual editions of My Two Blankets - Thu 25 Oct 2018...

25 October 2018
Readings Bookshop

Thu 25 Oct 2018 at 6:30pm

Slamalamadingdong featuring Nour Abouzeid

25 October 2018
Melbourne Spoken Word

Slamalamadingdong is Melbourne’s premiere poetry slam, being the only slam in Australia currently PSI-...

Melbourne Poets Union Multilingual Poetry Reading

25 October 2018
Melbourne Spoken Word

Melbourne Poets Union (MPU) is a self-funded not for profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of...

Poetry at Chrissy Hills featuring Christina Spry

25 October 2018
Melbourne Spoken Word

Poetry@Chrissy Hills originally began as a bi-monthly reading called ‘...

Anne Summers: Her Story

25 October 2018
The Wheeler Centre
Anne Summers and Susan Carland

Anne Summers is a person of phenomenal energy and copious talent.

Lentils With a Side Of Poetry

26 October 2018
Melbourne Spoken Word

Lentil as Anything in Abbotsford are now hosting a monthly poetry open mic on the third Friday of each...

Chloe Hooper

26 October 2018
The Wheeler Centre
Chloe Hooper and Elizabeth McCarthy

Small-town secrets, police politics and catastrophic loss – all loomed large in Chloe Hooper’s...

Michael Pryor Writing Workshop

27 October 2018
Wayward Writers
Michael Pryor

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