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Reading Forum Series 2020 (All 4 Sessions) (30 Jul 2020)

30 July 2020
School Library Association of Victoria

Dates: 

Session 1 -  27/02/2020

Session 2 - 14/05/2020

ONLINE WORKSHOP: How to Write About Issues In YA (Without Making it an...

2 August 2020
Writers Victoria
Nicole Hayes

This workshop will be run online. Detailed information for participation will be provided.

Melbourne Book Club at City Library

4 August 2020
City of Melbourne Libraries
We love Melbourne. Every month we read and discuss a book about our fabulous city.
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Blak to the Future III

4 August 2020 to 16 October 2020
Footscray Community Arts Centre

The Blak to the Future III exhibition is a world beyond the apocalypse.

Any Book Book Club at East Melbourne Library

4 August 2020
City of Melbourne Libraries
Like talking about books? So do we.

Book launch: Kokomo - Tue 4 Aug 2020 at 6:30pm

4 August 2020
Readings Bookshop

Tue 4 Aug 2020 at 6:30pm

Online

How to Avoid the Slush Pile and get an Agent

6 August 2020
Nottingham is a City of Literature
Roz Watkins

Are you a writer? Have you finished or are you about to finish that first, second, third manuscript?

How to Avoid the Slush Pile and get an Agent

6 August 2020
Nottingham is a City of Literature

Time zone in Nottingham, UK (GMT+1)

Find the story in your historical facts: Michael Veitch Workshop

8 August 2020
Frankston City Libraries
Michael Veitch

Are you one of the many people out there doing an extraordinary job as the family or community researcher...