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Online FrankTALK: Barbara Hannay

11 August 2020
Frankston City Libraries
Barbara Hannay

With over twelve million books sold worldwide, Barbara Hannay joins us for a FrankTALK about her latest...

Primary Schools’ Program: Tuesday

11 August 2020
Melbourne Writers Festival

Julia Gillard: Women and Leadership

11 August 2020
The Wheeler Centre
Julia Gillard and Patricia Karvelas

What biases and barriers do women in power face? How does this affect their leadership performance?

Zine workshop with Alison Evans

12 August 2020
Whitehorse Manningham Libraries
Alison Evans

Time to get creative and express yourself!

The Therapy of Creative Writing

12 August 2020
Nottingham is a City of Literature
Thom Seddon

Thom Seddon will be returning to NWS in August for another series of workshops, exploring creative writing...

Scottish Writers Creative Conversations Showcase 1

12 August 2020
Edinburgh is a City of Literature
Dina Nayeri, Stuart Cosgrove, Nadine Aisha Jassat...

The first in a three night series of Creative Conversation events showcasing the best in new Scottish...

Online FrankTALK: Megan Goldin

12 August 2020
Frankston City Libraries
Megan Goldin

One of the most exciting new crime fiction voices to come out of Australia in recent years, Megan Goldin...

The Therapy of Creative Writing

12 August 2020
Nottingham is a City of Literature

Time zone in Nottingham, UK (GMT+1)

Crime Book Club

12 August 2020
City of Melbourne Libraries
Do you love reading Scandinavian thrillers? Classic who-dunnits? True crime reporting?