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Writing the Anthropocene

22 June 2019
Emerging Writers

Writing can seem frivolous when icecaps are melting.

Pitch Perfect

22 June 2019
Emerging Writers

Ahead of Sunday’s pitching session, whip your pitch into shape with the help of Hachette’s Robert Watkins...

Writing Trans & Gender Diverse Characters

22 June 2019
Emerging Writers

Hear about what it takes to ensure trans and gender diverse characters are represented in their full...

Launch: Maja's 'Coming Home to Yourself'

22 June 2019
Melbourne Spoken Word

Following the success of her last single “Woman I’ve Become” in July 2018, singer-songwriter is back at it...

Pathway to Publication

22 June 2019
Emerging Writers

Richell Prize shortlisted debut author of The Artist’s Portrait, Julie Keys and her publisher Robert...

Caring and Creative Practice

22 June 2019
Emerging Writers

These parents detail their successful creative careers, forged amidst the joys and hardships of raising a...

Deep Listening and Poetic Practice

22 June 2019
Emerging Writers

Great poetry and prose often spring from detailed observation.

Ask a Publisher

22 June 2019
Emerging Writers

Izzy Roberts-Orr sits down with publisher Robert Watkins (Hachette) to ask writers' pressing questions...

Our Very Best

22 June 2019
Emerging Writers

Our Very Best is a new work of theatre by Madeleine Kerr and Karla Livingstone-Pardy.