Hannah Winspear-Schillings is Melbourne-based writer, having previously been published in Farrago, Concrete, and Forge & Flint. Her theatre writing credits include The Breaths In Between (Eleven O’Clock Theatre, 2022), and facet (Floor Work, 2020). She has a keen interest in Victorian literature, nineteenth-century psychology, neurodivergence, and the Gothic. She has previously worked in autism research with the Autism Cooperative Research Centre (AutismCRC). She also holds an honours degree from the University of Melbourne, with her thesis focused on interpretive methods for reading Edgar Allan Poe’s characters as autistic.
Thursday 22 June, 6pm
In this conversation between father and daughter, the two writers discuss the intergenerational approach to their co-written book, The Shape of Dust.
Tuesday 20 June, 7:45pm
Spoken word artists, storytellers, musicians, comedians and first-time performers gather at Bunjil Place every month to perform new work in a relaxed, welcoming performance space.
Saturday 17 June, 10am-5:15pm
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.