Thabani Tshuma is a Zimbabwean writer and performance poet. His work can be found in publications such as Dichotomi magazine, Next in Colour, and Cubby Art Magazine. Co-curator of Thin Red Lines, a 2019 Hotdesk fellowship recipient with the Wheeler Centre, featured author with Djed Press, Slamalamadingdong’s 2019 Grand Slam champion, and winner of all major awards at the 2019 Melbourne Spoken Word Prize. Writing is the aperture through which he views the world and experiences self in relation to others.
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Sunday 19 June
Secretos de la Raíz – Innato: Performance & Conversation
Kathleen Gonzalez and Sermsah Bin Saad share their explorations – encapsulating heritage, spirit and soul as a symbol of Aboriginal cultural revival and resilience – in a performance and conversation.
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here & now
here & now is a digital anthology collaboration between EWF and Perth’s Centre for Stories.
Thursday 23 June
EWF X Schizy Inc: Gnarly Writers
Gnarly Writers celebrates storytellers who’ve been in the public mental health system for decades.
Saturday 18 June
Whenever, Wherever: Emerging in Any Context
What happens when you are only just beginning to dip your toes into the wild waters of the literary world, only to find you’ve already aged-out of opportunities or are located far away from where the action seems to be?
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