Tori Hobbs (they/them) is a queer, disabled, Burgher writer and care worker living on Ngunnawal, Ngunawal and Ngambri land. Tori focusses their energy on providing care, mutual aid, advocacy and support to multiply marginalised disabled people in their community, through their paid work and their work with the Disability Justice Network. Tori hopes to invest their personal and professional experiences of ableism, care work, disability justice and its intersections into all that they do.
Wednesday 15 June – Saturday 25 June
By My Bed
What are the objects that make up your world?
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Thursday 16 June
Short Story Workshop: An Editor’s Perspective
Join us for a workshop at Springvale Library as Kill Your Darlings’ Deputy Editor Suzy Garcia guides you through a short story workshop.
View Playlist: Haunt
The third instalment of our popular Playlist project, featuring writers penning pieces about songs that mean something to them, accompanied by an EWF playlist.
Monday 20 June
Writers’ Night School: Intro to Narrative Audio
** SOLD OUT **
Explore how to find a good story for audio, as well as the specifics of writing audio stories, getting the most out of your interviews and what to do with a pile of tape.
Saturday 18 June
Hot Off The (Small) Press
A discussion on how they did it and what they’re doing from some of our favourite indie publishers.
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