Lisa Fuller is a Murri woman from Queensland, who has lived on Ngunnawal and Ngambri lands (Canberra) since 2006. She is currently doing her PhD in Creative Writing at the University of Canberra. Lisa is an award-winning writer, sessional academic and freelance writer/editor. Her debut novel, Ghost Bird, has won multiple awards, including the 2020 ACT Book of the Year and the 2020 Queensland Literary Awards Griffith University Young Adult Book Award. Lisa is owned by an insane staffy, lives in a renovation with a patient partner, and battles her inner critic every day.
Wednesday 22 June
Late Night Literature: THIS ALL COME BACK NOW
Curated by Mykaela Sunders, join us online an evening to highlight the upcoming Speculative Fiction Anthology, THIS ALL COME BACK NOW.
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Thursday 23 June
Lunchtime Literature: Writing Country
First Nations writers come together to talk about writing Country.
Saturday 18 June
here & now: Anthology Launch
Join the artists for an evening of readings from the anthology and grab yourself a copy!
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.
Saturday 25 June
Writing Your World
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Learn from one of the best in the west, Sam van Zweden, on how to incorporate the world you live in, into your writing in a respectful, accurate and nuanced way.
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