Melbourne Writers Festival 2010 – check out black dog author events!

The Melbourne Writers Festival 2010 is about to kick off! The festival runs from August 27 to September 5 and showcases some fantastic writers and illustrators with events such as readings, debates, workshops and performances including events with our very own black dog authors and illustrator.

Check out our exciting black dog events and get yourself along for some action!

Friday August 21

Illustrator: Heath McKenzie, Illustrator in residence, All day, Atrium – Federation Square

Tuesday August 31

Lili Wilkinson, Discussing Growing Pains with Jacqui Moriarty, 12:30 – 1:15pm at ACMI 1

Wednesday September 1

Shirley Marr, Virgin Voices: Fury, 10– 10:45am at Festival Club

Karen Tayleur, 24 hours to Change Your Life with Cath Crowley, 10 – 10:45am at ACMI 1

Carole Wilkinson, Dragons, 10 – 10:45am at ArtPlay

Shirley Marr, Colonising the Internet, 11:15 -12pm at Festival Club

Thurday September 2

Ananda Braxton-Smith, Virgin Voices, 10 – 10:45am at Festival Club

Carole Wilkinson, Epic Journeys with David Metzenthen, 11:15 – 12pm at ACMI 2

Carole Wilkinson, The Lure of Ancient Magic with Karen Healey, 12:30 – 1:15pm at ACMI 2

Ananda Braxton-Smith, Writers at Deakin talk with Frank Moorhouse,Johnathan Watts and Judith Rodriguez. 6 – 7:30pm at Deakin University Library

Saturday September 4

Carole Wilkinson, Wordplay@ArtPlay, 10-3:15pm at ArtPlay

Have a look at the Melbourne Writers Festival website for more events and ticket information.

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One Response to Melbourne Writers Festival 2010 – check out black dog author events!

  1. Amberly says:

    Wish I was there guys, I’m always sorry when I miss a festival. Perhaps next year!

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