Moving beyond the Appropriative Map

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Sunday 6 October , 4:00 pm – 5.00pm

  • Free
  • Panel

Speculative fiction has a long history of using real-world societies and cultures to create fictional worlds. These worlds are often white, Western caractures of black, brown, Asian and Indigneous societies. ‘This intimate panel will dissect how we can all move on from appropriation and include Black/Indigenous/People of Colour in our stories without transgressing cultural boundaries.

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Our festival is 100% free. It’s always free. But this year, National Young Writers’ Festival is asking for you to register for the festival. Registering for our festival means you can help us maintain and secure our ongoing funding. We rely on funding to provide this opportunity to artists and audiences. We need to understand who exactly we provide this opportunity to.

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