Prithvi Varatharajan is a poet, essayist/critic, and sometimes literary audio producer who lives in Melbourne. His debut collection of poems and prose, Entries, was published in 2020 by Cordite Books. He has had poetry published in Australian and Indian journals, and his essays and criticism have featured in publications like the Sydney Review of Books, Meanjin, Adaptation, Cultural Studies Review, Australian Book Review, and Peril. Prithvi holds an interdisciplinary PhD about ABC Radio National’s Poetica, and was a recipient of a 2020 Emerging Critics Fellowship at the Sydney Review of Books.
Thursday 15 June, 11am
Join these writers for an invigorating discussion about their visions for a world where the technological and the natural are simultaneously embraced.
Thursday 22 June, 11am AEST
In this pre-recorded panel, three trans/queer writers discuss the complex connections between Truth, genre, and identity within their own work. Combining theory, genre-bending experimentation, and the mundane absurdity of their everyday lives, these writers consider the intersections of form and content along lines of race and gender, and talk about how these relationships effect their […]
Wednesday 14 June – Saturday 24 June
Take a walk around Melbourne in the company of four storytellers using refrains of infrastructure, history, and memory to guide their routes.