Eric Jiang is a Chinese-Australian writer/director living and creating in Sydney. Their practice spans print poetry, digital poetry, film, and theatre, while contemplating queer futures, familial cultural exchange, and joy. Eric’s poetry appears or is forthcoming in Liminal, Cordite, Going Down Swinging, and more. He has edited for The Waiting Room Project, an art space in the Sydney Sexual Health Centre, contributed interviews for FBi Radio’s Race Matters, and produced sound pieces for Signal Boost, an audio development program facilitated by the Wheeler Centre.
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Saturday 18 June
11am -12pm AEST
Jeanine Leane: Poetry of Politics, Power, and Resistance
In her keynote address, celebrated Wiradjuri writer, poet and academic Jeanine Leane will consider the role First Nations poetry plays in engaging with the politics of resistance, and how our poetry can convey and communicate First Nations histories, experiences, and aspirations in a way that national history cannot.
Thursday 16 June
Join Liminal founder and editor Leah Jing McIntosh in conversation with fellow Liminal writers and editors Adolfo Aranjuez, Danny Silva Soberano and Cher Tan.
Tuesday 21 June
Writers’ Night School: A Body of Writing
** SOLD OUT **
Join Stella-prize shortlisted poet and educator Eunice Andrada, as she leads you through an intimate workshop on how to translate the visceral experience of living into words.
Saturday 18 June 2022
10am – 5.15pm AEST
The National Writers’ Conference 2022
The National Writers’ Conference is the place for emerging writers to develop their skills, hear from leaders in the field, and forge connections within the industry.
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