Five of Australia's best writers to appear at EWF19
Emerging Writers' Festival 24/07/2018
A statement resulting from the EWF18 Women and Non-Binary Writers Closed Forum.
Posted In: Closed Forum
Jessica Pethick 29/06/2018
Most of us were taught early on that it’s not polite to discuss money, and in the arts, we take it further.
Posted In: EWF 2018 & RMIT Gazette
Ruby-Rose Pivet-Marsh 28/06/2018
Food writing spans forms, allowing us to explore so much more than just the plate in front of us.
Posted In: Creative producers & EWF 2018
Lur Alghurabi 26/06/2018
"I keep two Facebook accounts. One has all my relatives, friends from my schools, friends from my hometowns..."
Posted In: Artists & EWF 2018
Vishaka Kumar 25/06/2018
How has the language around feminist movements evolved within the virality of online platforms?
Winnie Dunn 22/06/2018
"Sweatshop has taught me many things, but what will always stay with me is the lesson that literature must make an original contribution to knowledge."
Christian Tsoutsouvas 20/06/2018
We asked some of our artists to look back on their high school English and Science classes and tell us what they found easy, hard, boring and interesting.
Dani Weber 20/06/2018
"Challenging the silence and mystery around sex has enabled me to peel back layers of guilt and repression, and learn more about what is possible for myself and others."
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