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Gastronomy Breakfast

10 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Jill Dupleix, Terry Durack, Kath Bolitho

Breakfast prepared by Nick and Sonia Anthony, Masons of Bendigo

Two Steps Forward

10 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Tony Birch, Marilyn Lake, Sarah Maddison

Rise and Resist

10 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Bhakthi Puvanenthiran hosts Jennifer Clement,...

What makes someone decide to take on an issue?

Kudelka's Way

10 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Lindy Burns, Jon Kudelka

Jon Kudelka is best-known for his political cartoons that run in newspapers around the country, but he's...

Shakespeare’s Books

10 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Stuart Kells, Dianne Dempsey

There are people who are convinced Shakespeare was a literary conspiracy.

Better Memory

10 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Lynne Kelly, Ann Lansberry

Growing Up African

10 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Santilla Chingaipe, Magan Magan, Rachel le...

Anti-immigration rhetoric claims Africa-diaspora Australians are a recent phenomenon, but that ignores...

Backyard Habitat

10 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
AB Bishop, Kieran Christopherson

A garden – whether it’s a few square metres or many hectares – is so much more than a place that looks...

Leading

10 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Troy Bramston, Mary Crooks, Bri Lee, Kerry O’...

Have the qualities necessary for leadership changed? Is leading the same as having power?