Francis Hadid is a community carer, working predominantly with children and food. Venezuelan-born Syrian, they currently live, play, and learn on unceded Wurundjeri land. Their practice focuses on strengthening cultural competence and confidence around the dinner table. Their most recent work can be found on @qamar.gif
Saturday 25 June
Closing Night: Lie to Me
Farewell the festival for another year with a night of interactive readings.
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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.
Monday 20 June
Amazing babes, gather round! We’re bringing together an incredible line-up of artists to honour the people that have influenced them, inspired them, cared for them, and shared with them.
Saturday 18 June
Sign up to this event to have the chance to deliver a practice five-minute, online, one-on-one pitch with a literary industry professional. These publishers, editors and literary agents are always on the lookout for new and exciting voices, so give it a go!
Thursday 23 June
Writing the Suburbs
In this workshop with local author Christopher Raja (Into The Suburbs) learn how to write on memoir and the suburbs.
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