Join us for this two part series where we get artists to cook us a meal and eat it over two very different conversations. First presented Jack Gow will join each of our writers for a 15 minute interview as they prepare a meal, to ask them the big questions; “if you could choose your last meal what would it be, and with whom would you eat it?” And afterwards they’ll join their next presenter Panda Wong for a second 15 minute interview wherein they eat their meal while discussing the importance of food and sharing a short piece they’ve written about food.
How to participate
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The National Young Writers’ Festival is a non-profit organisation made by and for young artists to help foster a sense of community and allow young writers to connect, share skills and hone their craft. We pride ourselves on paying all writers programmed for the festival but we are reliant on government funding and philanthropic support to make our festival happen. Your donation allows us to continue supporting young artists, increase the number of writers we are able to program, and improve our capacity and resources to hold high quality events.
NYWF is a registered non-profit, so your donation (above $2) is also tax-deductible.