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Welcome to Vignettes, a new audio reading series from the Emerging Writers’ Festival. Our first season is Summer, and it features five episodes of fresh, original work by emerging writers responding to themes drawn from the world of nature. Each episode, we’ll feature emerging writers from all around the continent, working across genres and forms. Stick with us as we bring you a soft, summery vibe with new creative readings! The Emerging Writers’ Festival (EWF) is one of Australia’s most est ...
 
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Life, death, healing, hydrating, water is all these things - symbolically and literally - and so much more.In this final episode of our Autumn Season of Vignettes, we have invited Natalie Cromb, Hineani Roberts, Nikki Viveca to share with us their thoughts on waves and whirlpools and waterways.Let's dive in...…
 
Through season one, we loved bringing readings directly to you from some of our favourite writers. And we’re excited to do it again with Season Two. This time around, we’ll have five new episodes to carry you through leafy Autumn.For this episode, we invited Julia Rose Bak, Hajer Al-awsi and Dzenana Vucic to respond to the theme of Skin. We can’t w…
 
Through season one, we loved bringing readings directly to you from some of our favourite writers. And we’re excited to do it again with Season Two. This time around, we’ll have five new episodes to carry you through leafy Autumn. For this episode, we invited Hana Pera Aoake, Maddison Miller and Iris Lee to respond to the theme of Mineral. We can’t…
 
Through season one, we loved bringing readings directly to you from some of our favourite writers. And we’re excited to do it again with Season Two. This time around, we’ll have five new episodes to carry you through leafy Autumn.For this episode, we invited Lorna Munro, Harry Reid and Damien Becker to respond to the theme of Stick. We asked them t…
 
Vignettes, a podcast from the Emerging Writers’ Festival, is back for a second season! Throughout autumn, we’ll hear original readings from artists, responding to themes drawn from the world of nature.Over the next five weeks, we’ll feature emerging writers from all around the continent, working across genres and forms. Our five-part Autumn series …
 
Through season one, we loved bringing readings directly to you from some of our favourite writers. And we’re excited to do it again with Season Two. This time around, we’ll have five new episodes to carry you through leafy Autumn. This first episode of themed 'Fungi'. We’re so excited to share these reflections of connection, community and weaving …
 
For our third episode, we’ll hear from artists Jesse Oliver and Jazz Money with their creative responses to the theme, 'Plant'. We invited them to reflect on their connections to the green, moving, breathing things - from houseplants to forest floors - that we are so lucky to co-exist with.Bởi Emerging Writers' Festival
 
When you cast your mind up towards the sky, what do you think of? Perhaps you think of clouds, sunsets and shades of blue. Maybe your mind wanders further and reaches for instances of optimism, searching for opportunities and wandering into dream spaces. For this episode, we invited Awale Ahmed, Christy Tan and Ruby Hillsmith to respond to the them…
 
For this first episode, we asked Philip Marri Winzer and Victoria Alondra to respond to the theme of 'Grain'. To us, grain speaks to the smallness of something at its beginning, which is why it felt like a perfect opener for this new podcast. But it’s also sustenance, building, the fibres of being and, of course, going against the grain.We hope you…
 
Presenting Vignettes, the new audio reading podcast series from Emerging Writers’ Festival. Trailer out now! 🎙 Stay tuned over the coming days to get the down-low on what Vignettes is all about.First episode launches Tuesday 17 November. 🎉Find and subscribe to Vignettes: The EWF Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. Find out more at emergingwrit…
 
SouthSide is a project which documents singular moments in the lives of artists, makers and residents of South-East Melbourne (Naarm) and surrounding suburbs. Established in 2016, there are now over 75 stories collected within SouthSide’s pages. Join SouthSide founder Shanice/Sol Fernandez and featured artist Jess Nikitina-Li, as they launch the la…
 
What does it mean to be a poet? We reckon it’s something like having a voice that’s full of attitude, wit and sincerity, a voice that’s continually re-imagining what it means to be contemporary. Three poets present their unpublished works in progress in an audio project in collaboration with Cordite and Australian Poetry.With Laniyuk, Dom Symes and…
 
What does it mean to be a poet? We reckon it’s something like having a voice that’s full of attitude, wit and sincerity, a voice that’s continually re-imagining what it means to be contemporary. Three poets present their unpublished works in progress in an audio project in collaboration with Cordite and Australian Poetry.With Laniyuk, Dom Symes and…
 
What does it mean to be a poet? We reckon it’s something like having a voice that’s full of attitude, wit and sincerity, a voice that’s continually re-imagining what it means to be contemporary. Three poets present their unpublished works in progress in an audio project in collaboration with Cordite and Australian Poetry.With Laniyuk, Dom Symes and…
 
Recentre the future by taking a look into arts, activism and the young creatives using both to inspire action in their justice-informed practices. With Idil Ali, Joshua Allen and Georgia MaeCritical Conversations brings the future into the present, centring Indigenous voices, looking beyond access, transcending gender and placing artists at the cen…
 
Refocus on experiences and expressions of gender and take a journey into performance and community beyond the confines of binaries. With Mama Alto, Casper Plum and Dani WeberCritical Conversations brings the future into the present, centring Indigenous voices, looking beyond access, transcending gender and placing artists at the centre of social ch…
 
Reframe discussions about access and consider the way we interact with the arts, inclusive practices and the world around us. With Jessica Ibacache and Hannah Morphy-Walsh.Critical Conversations brings the future into the present, centring Indigenous voices, looking beyond access, transcending gender and placing artists at the centre of social chan…
 
EPISODE 5: GALA B, BY MARYANN WEBBA video game turns out to be anything but fun and games.Urban Internet Myths is a five-episode audio horror series featuring writers from across the continent. Released as daily episodes throughout DWF19, our unreliable narrator will act as your guide to the spooky, kooky and weird world wide web.Voiced and produce…
 
Joan Didion once said, “We tell ourselves stories in order to live”.We also do so in order to love. Six artists read a short scene from a literary work that has shaped their idea of love – romantic, familial, friendly or otherwise. In a kind of literary sex-ed, these artists trace and articulate the influence of literature on their perception and p…
 
It’s 2050 and writers are still working, but how? Considering the rise of the gig economy and major upheaval in our production and consumption of written and creative content, what is our forecast of the profession of writing into the 21st century? Jini Maxwell, Dhakshayini Sooriyakumaran and Marisa Wikramanayake explore.---Full artist bios here: h…
 
“One way to know you’re in the presence of – in possession of, possessed by – a racial imaginary is to see if the boundaries of one’s imaginative sympathy line up, again and again, with the lines drawn by power.” Claudia RankineIn this session Roj Amedi, Denise Chapman, Genevieve Grieves and Odette Kelada upack the practice of racial literacy and d…
 
EPISODE 3: THE TIC TIC WOMAN, BY NIKESH MURALIA letter from a friend serves as a warning – and a goodbye.Urban Internet Myths is a five-episode audio horror series featuring writers from across the continent. Released as daily episodes throughout DWF19, our unreliable narrator will act as your guide to the spooky, kooky and weird world wide web.Voi…
 
How do we write trauma unflinchingly yet ethically? What is literature’s role in witnessing, archiving and healing deep personal and societal wounds? In this session Eda Gunaydin, Bram Presser, Maria Tumarkin and Anders Villani delve into the complexities of authentically rendering trauma on the page. -- --Full artist bios here: https://2019.digita…
 
Traditionally, when the Bogong moth swarmed in the cool regions of Mount Bogong during summer, local tribes would gather to conduct ceremonies and feast on this protein-rich food source. We come together for a night of fearless truth-telling in honour of the Bogong and the centuries of tales exchanged under its wings. Hear six First Nations artists…
 
EPISODE 2: THE PIGGY WIGGY MAN, BY STEVE DILLONA group of friends prepare everything for fun camping trip. Well, almost everything.Urban Internet Myths is a five-episode audio horror series featuring writers from across the continent. Released as daily episodes throughout DWF19, our unreliable narrator will act as your guide to the spooky, kooky an…
 
Libraries can be sites for the democratisation of access to knowledge, but they can also perpetuate systems and structures of knowledge that are exclusionary or elitist. Hear from the founders of alternative approaches to library building: the Community Reading Room, Incendium Radical Library and Đất Nước travelling library.With Anne-lise Ah-fat, T…
 
When the idea of fake news propagates, truth becomes an increasingly fluid concept. From social media echo chambers to algorithms, how does the internet shape the information we receive? In an increasingly hostile political climate, what is the role of the journalist and how do they respond to the vagaries of the web and to accusations of media bia…
 
Urban Internet Myths is a five-episode audio horror series featuring writers from across the continent. Released as daily episodes throughout DWF19, our unreliable narrator will act as your guide to the spooky, kooky and weird world wide web.Voiced and produced by Rudi BremerEPISODE 1: BODIES NEEDED, BY RAE WHITEA temporary reception job at a funer…
 
What will the library look like in 2222? Have humans shot for the stars, leaving the last of our histories within a supercomputer at the heart of the La Trobe Reading Room? Will the walls of the Redmond Barry Reading Room be lined with the spines of holographic titles?The far future of State Library Victoria has been imagined by six of our favourit…
 
EPISODE 4: ALL CATS LOOK GREY IN THE DARK, BY ANGHARAD LODWICKA cat is not a cat is not a cat is definitely! Not! A! Cat!Urban Internet Myths is a five-episode audio horror series featuring writers from across the continent. Released as daily episodes throughout DWF19, our unreliable narrator will act as your guide to the spooky, kooky and weird wo…
 
How can we write gripping crime fiction that is socially aware of the realities of criminalisation and the complexities of the criminal justice system?Gala Vanting, Nayuka Gorrie and Queenie Bon Bon give us a chance to think critically about cultural and legal ideas of ‘the criminal’ and ‘the victim’. They discuss the effects of criminalisation and…
 
This audio work meditates, by responding to a photograph, on how a relationship – my relationship with my brother – is maintained through almost entirely digital means. It explores how digital apps can replace physical interaction within a sibling relationship, and whether they do this satisfactorily. The audio adapts a print version of the work fe…
 
Catch electronic musician, composer and multi-instrumentalist James Gales performing at EWF19 in Ways of Listening this Thursday 20 June, 7pm at State Library Victoria.Presented in partnership with Melbourne Recital Centre, Ways of Listening is an experience not to be missed. Take in an evening of speech and sound that moves from synth-pop to class…
 
Curious about what goes into making EWF happen every year? Hear from three quarters of the EWF19 Programming Team, Aisha Trambas, Izzy Roberts-Orr and Ruby-Rose Pivet-Marsh as they discuss their interests, motivations, inspirations and pathways to curation.===Featuring: Aisha Trambas, Izzy Roberts-Orr and Ruby-Rose Pivet-MarshProduced by: Lindsey G…
 
Welcome to the future. This year, the Emerging Writers’ Festival invites you to speculate with us - to consider the possibilities of the future and the consequences of today.We spoke to one of our favourite future visionaries Timmah Ball about the future of our cities and environments, and the place storytelling plays in the construction and actual…
 
What makes a routine or a ritual, as opposed to something you simply ‘do often’? Is there some kind of emotional weight? Or perhaps it is simply a dedicated commitment to a practice. In this episode, we explore rituals as they appear in everyday life: as routines, as commitments and as artistic practices.We spoke with Kōtare and Matka, the mastermi…
 
From the concept of a social media influencer to the ways in which art and artists impact one another, influence is a word that seems to have taken on many new meanings, particularly in the digital landscape. In this episode, we look at the notion of influence - where it can be found and how it can be used.We spoke to creative influencer, book revi…
 
When we say ‘financial stability’ you probably say ‘what the hell are you talking about, I’m a writer!’ The grind of making sure you can pay your rent as well as make work is real, and we’re all guilty of biting off more than we can chew sometimes.There are as many different ways to be a writer as there are writers in the world. In this episode we …
 
Controversy has often courted the role of the critic - sometimes personified as a miserly cynic out to destroy, rather than elucidate, enrich or enlighten. But criticism is a vital part of our creative arts ecology - both an art form in its own right, as well as space within which many practicing artists engage in meaningful discourse with their pe…
 
What will the library look like in 2222? Have humans shot for the stars, leaving the last of our histories within a supercomputer at the heart of the La Trobe Reading Room? Will the walls of the Redmond Barry Reading Room be lined with the spines of holographic titles?The far future of State Library Victoria has been imagined by six of our favourit…
 
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