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David Crowe in conversation with Tony Wright - Mon 19 Aug 2019 at 6:30pm

19 August 2019
Readings Bookshop

Mon 19 Aug 2019 at 6:30pm

La Mama Poetica – August

20 August 2019
Australian Poetry

La Mama Poetica - August

eAudio Book Club

20 August 2019
City of Melbourne Libraries
Melbourne Library Service
The eAudiobook club is just like a regular book club, with great books selected and discussed once a...

Children's Book Week - Special Storytime

20 August 2019
Yarra Plenty Regional Library
Thomastown Library

Come dressed as your favourite story character as we celebrate Children's Book Week with some special

Uncle Jack Charles in conversation – BOOKED OUT - Tue 20 Aug 2019 at 6:30pm

20 August 2019
Readings Bookshop

Tue 20 Aug 2019 at 6:30pm

Girls to the Front: Poetry and Film Night Launch featuring Amy Bodossian

20 August 2019
Melbourne Spoken Word

Come along to the launch of Girls on Key’s monthly curated poetry and film night.

Poetryspective featuring Carmen Main and Awale Ahmed

20 August 2019
Melbourne Spoken Word

Poetryspective is a fortnightly poetry and spoken word event celebrating world poetry.

La Mama Poetica featuring Bella Li, Ross Donlon, Harry Reid and Rose Lucas

20 August 2019
Melbourne Spoken Word

La Mama Poetica is an evening of some of the best spoken word and poetry to be found in Melbourne.

Passionate Tongues featuring Janine Booth (UK)

20 August 2019
Melbourne Spoken Word

Hosted by ‘the patron-saint of Melbourne poetry,’ poet and photographer Michael Reynolds, what began as a...