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Emerging Writers’ Festival Program Launch

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May 4, 2012
6:15 pmto7:15 pm
6:15 pmto7:15 pm

Help kick off the Emerging Writers’ Festival for 2012 by heading on down to the program launch. Listen to three diverse writers pick apart the art of storytelling and compelling narrative from three very different perspectives.

Special guests are bestselling author Max Barry, freelance journalist and cultural critic Mel Campbell, and illustrator and cartoonist Oslo Davis.

Chaired by Triple R’s Ben Birch, and featuring highlights of the EWF Program from director Lisa Dempster.

WHEN: Friday 4 May, 6:15pm-7:15pm
WHERE: The Wheeler Centre, 176 Lt Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
WEB: http://wheelercentre.com/calendar/event/emerging-writers-festival-program-launch/


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