The Emerging Writers’ Festival work, learn and play largely on the land of the Kulin nation, and pay our respects to their Elders, past and present.

EWF celebrates the history and creativity of the world’s oldest living culture.

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Free & Late Night Literature

Late Night Literature: Vignettes Winter: A Live Recording

Rug up and join us for a special live recording of Vignettes, our audio reading series, as it takes to the stage. Marking the first instalment of Vignettes’ Winter season, this night of readings will showcase poetry and prose around the theme ‘Hibernate’ and will be recorded live and released as a two-part episode of Vignettes.


Vignettes Winter: A Live Recording will be hosted at Loop Project Space & Bar and is a live in-person event. 


Loop is a few hundred meters from Parliament Station. Please note the Spring Street lift is closest to Loop. Nearby Public transport including tram and bus. 


There is a Wilson Carpark at the rear of the venue and in Meyers Place including disability access. Vehicle access through Meyer Place Laneway, into front entrance. 

Wheelchair Accessible

Loop entrance is wheelchair accessible. Relaxation Area provided. 

Accessible Toilet

Gender neutral and wheelchair accessible bathrooms available. 

More information visit Loop’s Accessibility page. 

Thursday 23 June
9-10pm AEST

Free, bookings encouraged

Loop Project Space & Bar
23 Meyers Pl, Melbourne 3000


Renay Barker-Mulholland

Renay Barker-Mulholland is an artist, writer, and creator. Renay is a proud disabled, Biripi / Dungutti woman, and a staunch feminist who is dedicated to fighting for disability justice.

Luke Patterson

Luke Patterson is a Gamilaroi poet, folklorist and musician living on Gadigal lands.

Ursula Robinson-Shaw

Ursula Robinson-Shaw is a writer living in Naarm.

Polly Sara

Polly is a Queer, Chilean-Syrian immigrant who makes art because BIG fucking love is simply too big to hold alone.

Hayley Singer

Hayley Singer teaches in the Creative Writing Program at the University of Melbourne.

Greer Clemens

Greer Clemens is a writer, arts worker, and musician.