Ever thought you’d like to write what you don’t know? To tell, not show? To go tell Shakespeare to take a hike and make way for something else in the syllabus? Subbed In and NSW Writers’ Centre are getting together some of their favorite wordsmiths to flip the tables on everything you’ve been taught about literary propriety. Our readers are ready to cast off the shackles of bookish father figures and canonical convention – but not before having some fun with them. Featuring Julie Koh, Emily Crocker, Anna Westbrook, Eda Gunaydin, and Ellen O’Brien. All this in the spirit of launching the new NSW Writers’ Centre July-December course program.
Red Rattler Theatre
Talking Writing: India
India has long been the subject of literary fascination, from within and without. But what does it mean to write about a country, particularly when your sense of belonging may be complicated or compromised? And as far as muses go, what particular appeal or challenges does India present as a place and culture? Manisha Jolie Amin (Dancing […]