Madhvi Singh Thakur is a bi-lingual writer, scholar, and sometimes ghostwriter. Gender, sexuality, and culture are three themes that inspire most of her work. Her works have been published in Cordite Poetry Review, Voiceworks, TOS magazine, Gulmohar Quarterly, Archer, Refinery 29, and other Indian and Australian publications. When Madhvi isn’t writing she goes on air on 3CR at “Writing Home” a space for migrant writers of colour, and their processes navigating home, life, and love.
Sunday 18 June, 12pm
Podcast and radio host Nana Owusu shares the biggest lessons she’s learnt through years of interviewing, researching and crafting her outstanding podcast, The Subtlety Of It.
Wednesday 21 June, 9pm
In an attention economy where textual engagement is constantly subject to the news cycle, the fragment, virality and the scroll, what is it to be distracted, and what makes it compelling?
Thursday 15 June, 7pm
This group of emerging and established First Nations writers have summoned up their writing magic to share stories of the Sun, the Moon and the Stars
Thursday 22 June, 5:30PM
Four evenings of professional development sessions for aspiring and seasoned writers alike who wish to dig into the nuts and bolts of being a professional writer.