EVENTS

UPCOMING

Afternoon tea and talk: Trent Dalton

16 December 2020, State Library of Victoria. Watch the event live at 3pm here.

Afternoon tea and talk: Tara June Winch

2 December 2020, State Library of Victoria. Watch the event live at 3pm here.

2020

Hidden Illness: Jacinta Parsons, Karen Hitchcock and Astrid Edwards moderated by David McCooey

22 November 2020, Word for Word Festival. Watch here (until 31 December 2020).

Afternoon tea and talk: Maxine Beneba Clarke

18 November 2020, State Library of Victoria. Watch the recording here.

A conversation with Avni Doshi on 'Burnt Sugar'

5 November 2020, Ubud Writers and Readers Festival. Find more details here.

Afternoon tea and talk: Kate Mildenhall

4 November 2020, State Library of Victoria. Watch the recording here.

Afternoon tea and talk: Rebecca Huntley

21 October 2020, State Library of Victoria. Watch the recording here.

Afternoon tea and talk: Richard Fidler

7 October 2020, State Library of Victoria. Watch the recording here.

How Crises Shape Literature: Jame Bradley and Caoilinn Hughes

15 August 2020, Melbourne Writers Festival.

Afternoon tea and talk: Mirandi Riwoe

24 June 2020, State Library of Victoria. Watch the recording here.

Afternoon tea and talk: Jamila Rizvi

10 June 2020, State Library of Victoria. Watch the recording here.

Afternoon tea and talk: Carly Findlay

20 May 2020, State Library of Victoria. Watch the recording here.

Afternoon tea and talk: Christos Tsiolkas

13 May 2020, State Library of Victoria. Watch the recording here.

Afternoon tea and talk: Jennifer Mills

6 May 2020, State Library of Victoria. Watch the recording here.

Afternoon tea and talk: Jess Hill

29 April 2020, State Library of Victoria. Watch the recording here.

2019

Richard Fidler: Back in time

Sunday 27 October 2019 at the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival. Listen to the discussion here.

Clare G Coleman: The Old Lie

Saturday 26 October 2019 at the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival.

Domestic spaces with Archana Pidathala, Fanny J. Poyk, Fiona Wright and Megan K. Stack

Saturday 26 October 2019 at the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival. Listen to the discussion here.

Is all contemporary fiction speculative fiction? With Clare G. Coleman, Krissy Kneen, Michelle Tanmizi and Pitchaya Sudbanthad 

Friday 25 October 2019 at the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival. Listen to the discussion here.

The Conversation Hour: Mentoring, writing and the importance of community

Friday 18 July 2019 with Jon Faine, Ben Knight and Gary Pinto. Listen to the show here.

The Space in Between: What does it mean to be creative in a world where the future is shaped by technology?

Wednesday 12 June at Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney for the Australia Council of the Arts. Explore the associated material here.

The Garret LIVE at the Library with Maxine Beneba Clarke and Magan Magan

Tuesday 21 March at State Library of Victoria. Listen to the podcast here.

The Stella Shortlist LIVE at the Library

Tuesday 26 March at State library of Victoria. Listen to the podcast here.

The Guilty Feminist on Health and Being Heard

Saturday 9 February at Thornbury Theatre. Listen to the podcast here.

2018

The Garret LIVE at the Library with Clementine Ford, Hannah Kent and Alice Pung

Friday 30 November at State Library of Victoria. Listen to the podcast here.

True crime stories: In conversation with Rachael Brown and Maryrose Cuskelly

Sunday 13 November at World for Word Festival Geelong.

On the pleasure and pain of telling true stories: In conversation with Sonya Voumard 

Saturday 12 November at World for Word Festival Geelong.

The Garret LIVE at the Library with Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

Tuesday 18 September at State Library of Victoria. Listen to the podcast here.

Writing for children: In conversation with Andrew Hansen

Saturday 11 August at Bendigo Writers Festival.

The Garret LIVE at the Library with Benjamin Law

Monday 25 June at State Library of Victoria. Listen to the podcast here.

I acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations as the Traditional Owners of the land on which I work. I respectfully recognise Elders past, present and future.

Sovereignty was never ceded. It always was and always will be Aboriginal land.