has staged and hosted many events since our inception in 2007.We pride ourselves on continually and interestingly reaching out and engaging with a wider community than just the literary scene.He will also be doing a short Q&A with Sam Cooney, publisher at The Lifted Brow.
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Nicole teaches in the MFA nonfiction program at Northern Arizona University. Nicole is also running a two-day masterclass on 'The Braided Essay’ on the 8th and 9th of November.
This workshop will expand upon using the “braid” as a methodology, bringing together research and personal stories to create essays that are narratively charged, widely meaningful weaves.
Please join us these two spring Thursdays at the Urban Writing House, non/fiction Lab’s new home for all things research, writing, and the city.
Bring your ears, bring questions, bring a sense of adventure - for us, a lecture is a starting point.——-Lecture One - September 22, 6pm for a pm start'NOW, FEMINISM’Bonny Cassidy & Jessica Wilkinson What is feminism, what is contemporary poetry, and what on earth have they got to do with each other?
The drinks are on us, the book can be purchased on the night, and it’s free to attend - but do book in to reserve your spot before places run out!
THE LIFTED BROW #31 LAUNCH w/ READINGS FROM 'THE QUEER UNCONSCIOUS' Issue 31 of The Lifted Brow is here!The co-editors of the Anthology of Contemporary Australian Feminist Poetry square to three local poets and demand answers.——-Lecture Two - October 5, 6pm for a pm start'Aboriginal Non-Fiction Spaces: How First Nations Women Tell and Protect Story’ Paola Balla Paola Balla will explore how Aboriginal culture understands memoir, discussing the history of First Nations women speaking into writing, storytelling and non-fiction spaces, both as published and established authors and as storytellers and mothers raising the next generations.She will examine the dignified, staunch, funny and fierce ways that First Nations women generationally maintain, generate, create and protect story in telling (and not telling) family and cultural narratives and the stories that live within the sky of narration, using examples such as the letters and poetry of her own mother and grandmother.There’ll be folks from Overland Literary Journal, Alien She Zine, Meanjin Quarterly, Scum Mag, Stilts, Archer Magazine, Voiceworks, Cordite Poetry Review, Chart Collective, Kill Your Darlings and The Canary Press.LAUNCH OF THE LIFTED BROW #32: THE ‘CAPITAL’ ISSUE WHEN December 9, - WHERE Donkey Wheel House Events, 673 Bourke Street, Melbourne Come celebrate the launch of our final issue of 2016 - the ‘Capital’ themed issue!TLB32 directly attacks Simon Birmingham’s statement about creative fields as a “lifestyle choice”.