Wergaia and Wemba Wemba writer Susie Anderson’s poetry and non-fiction writing about art, artists, memory, place and love has been published widely in print and online. Selected publications include Archer Magazine, Artist Profile, Artlink, un magazine, Growing Up Aboriginal in Australia. In 2020 she edited the online journal Tell Me Like You Mean it Volume 4 for Australia Poetry and Cordite Poetry Review. In 2021, she was awarded a Black&Write! Fellowship for the poetry manuscript The Body Country which will be published in July 2023. She lives on Boon Wurrung land.
Wednesday 21 June, 12:30pm
Storytelling traverses many different artforms and often those forms are in conversation with one another. Hear from artists working across genre, form and format about how different approaches to storytelling make up their practices. Learn about the different ways, places, and times that storytelling can occur and how diversifying your practice and strengthening your skills […]
Saturday 24 June, 8pm
See the festival off with us in true extravagance, gala-style, and witness a dreamy line-up of well-loved writers, artists and inter-galactic DJS.
Monday 19 June, 2pm
Transform your intimate erotic prose into a spoken declaration of desire with Dinner Party Press and Emerging Writers’ Festival.