Dženana Vucic is a Bosnian-Australian writer, poet and critic. She has received the 2022 Peter Blazey Fellowship, the 2021 Kat Muscat Fellowship and a 2020-21 Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowship to work on an autotheoretical book about her experience as a refugee, the Bosnian war, identity, memory and un/belonging. Much of her writing is on these topics, but she also delves into language, feminism, kinship and anti-capitalism on occasion. Her writing has appeared in Cordite, Overland, Meanjin, Kill Your Darlings, Australian Poetry Journal, the Australian Multilingual Writing Project, Rabbit, and others.
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Tuesday 21 June
Finding Community in the Eye of the Storm
Join Storming the City participants from 2021 for a discussion on building a community of disabled, emerging writers during the pandemic, and how it has impacted their lives and writing.
Thursday 16 June
Paul Dalla Rosa: An Exciting and Vivid Inner Life
An Exciting and Vivid Inner Life is the highly anticipated debut short story collection from Melbourne writer Paul Dalla Rosa.
Monday 20 June
Writers’ Night School: Intro to Narrative Audio
** SOLD OUT **
Explore how to find a good story for audio, as well as the specifics of writing audio stories, getting the most out of your interviews and what to do with a pile of tape.
Saturday 14 May – Sunday 26 June
A collaborative exhibition by Anna Louise Richardson and Abdul-Rahman Abdullah.
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