Editing and Submitting 101

Panel

Field Research and The Archive

Fri 30 Sep , 4.00pm – 5.00pm AEST

Newcastle Library
Newcastle Library, Laman St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia
AUSLAN Masks Wheelchair

Want to know how writers use the dusty archive and go out in the world looking for inspiration? Listen to our artist discuss their processes on research and how informs their writing

 

Presented in partnership with Currency Press

Artists

Venue

Newcastle Library

Newcastle Library, Laman St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia


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