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Telling Women's Stories: In conversation Wendy Tuohy, Claire Halliday...

11 March 2021
Whitehorse Manningham Libraries
In conversation Wendy Tuohy, Claire Halliday and...

Telling women's stories has always been important.

Book launch: The Serpent’s Skin - Thu 11 Mar 2021 at 6:30pm

11 March 2021
Readings Bookshop

Thu 11 Mar 2021 at 6:30pm

The Collective, 139 Elgin Street, Carlton

International Women’s Day

12 March 2021
Moonee Valley Libraries
Jamila Rizvi

Join us online to celebrate International Women’s Day with Jamila Rizvi.

Inside the Publishing House

12 March 2021
Emerging Writers' Festival

Inside the Publishing House

Conference - School Libraries: Powering Learning (12 Mar 2021)

12 March 2021
School Library Association of Victoria

A Virtual Conference

Evelyn Araluen: Dropbear

12 March 2021
The Wheeler Centre
Evelyn Araluen, Jeanine Leane, Melody Paloma, and...

'I told you this was a thirst so great it could carve rivers.'

State Council Meeting (13 Mar 2021)

13 March 2021
School Library Association of Victoria

SLAV State Council meetings in 2021 will be held at the Abbotsford Convent or online as decided by the...

All Writing is Re-Writing: How to Revise Your Work

14 March 2021
Writers Victoria
Lee Kofman

You will learn:
Strategies to deepen your work
About different revision elements

Trans and gender diverse writing group

16 March 2021
City of Melbourne Libraries
Alison Evans and Nevo Zisin

Free, bookings essential

Tuesday 2 February to Tuesday 13 April