Maxine Beneba Clarke is the author of the acclaimed memoir The Hate Race, the award-winning short fiction collection Foreign Soil, the poetry collections Carrying The World and How Decent Folk Behave, and many other books for adults and children including the Kate Greenaway Medal nominated picture book When We Say Black Lives Matter, and the poetry collection It’s The Sound of the Thing: 100 new poems for young people. She is currently the Peter Steele Poet in Residence at Melbourne University.
Saturday 17 June, 7pm
Voiceworks #129 themed ‘Static’ is launching at the Emerging Writers Festival. Celebrate their new issue and hear from some of its amazing contributors.
Thursday 22 June, 8:30am
Allow Sharlene Allsopp to guide you through some early morning writing prompts and techniques to breathe new life into nostalgia- soaked memories, either inherited or lived.