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All talk: Dialogue, voice and point-of-view with Melanie Cheng, 6:00pm

22 April 2020
Express Media
Express Media

This week is for those of us who cringe when we have to write a conversation, or whose characters all end...

Kelly

22 April 2020 to 26 April 2020
La Mama Theatre
Matthew Ryan

“I think its important. Remembering… would you agree…”

We Are Nemeses: Talking Experimental Comedy

22 April 2020
The Wheeler Centre
Vidya Rajan, Alistair Baldwin, Chloe Alison...

This event has been cancelled as part of our preventative measures to stem the spread of...

Writing family, writing illness with Amra Pajalic: 6.00pm

23 April 2020
Express Media
Express Media

In Week 3, we speak to author Amra Pajalic about the ethics and challenges of writing about family.

POSTPONED. Cornershop Conversations with Leah Swann

23 April 2020
The Sun Bookshop

Buy $27.00 Tickets Here. Join debut author, Leah Swann, for some delicious food and a glass of wine, as...

Society of Women Writers Victoria

24 April 2020
City of Melbourne Libraries
Want to sharpen your writing skills, get feedback on your work and meet new people?
...

Arnold Zable

24 April 2020
The Wheeler Centre
Arnold Zable and Sami Shah

This event has been postponed indefinitely as part of our preventative measures to stem the spread...

Hedda GablerGablerGabler

27 April 2020 to 3 May 2020
La Mama Theatre

A Competitive Deconstruction of Ibsen’s Greatest Heroine.

Queer Book Club

27 April 2020
City of Melbourne Libraries
Join us to read and discuss all manner of books with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex or...