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Inspirational Landscapes

10 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Peter Doherty, Kim Mahood, Charles Massy, Gemma...

When British colonialists came to this country, most of them couldn't actually see it, so fixed in a...

Saturday NIght - What Is Life?

10 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Paul Davies

How does life create order from chaos? And what is life?

Truth, Love and Clean Cutlery

10 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Jill Dupleix, Jennifer Alden

Common Ground: Melbourne

10 August 2019
Melbourne Spoken Word

Facilitated by Nour Abouzeid and Michelle Dabrowski

Electric Hotel

11 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Dominic Smith, Sarah L’Estrange

To research his novel, The Electric Hotel, Dominic Smith visited the family home of the Lumiere...

Girls are Coming out of the Woods

11 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Tishani Doshi, Dan Bendrups

Tishani Doshi danced for 15 years with the acclaimed Chandralekha troupe, performing around the world.

The Language of Flowers

11 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Penelope Curtin, Jacqueline Millner

When it comes to Australian flora, there's much more than just the golden wattle to celebrate.

It’s Your Money

11 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Alan Kohler, Yvonne Wrigglesworth

The very idea of a bank going rogue would be shocking to Australians from another era who put the bank...

Romancing the Rose

11 August 2019
Bendigo Writers Festival
Kate Forsyth, Bryley Savage and Amy Doak

Readers describe falling headlong into the glorious romance and magic of Kate Forsyth’s novels.