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Docuverse at Visible Evidence

Visible Evidence (VE) is the international conference for documentary film and media, that takes place annually in different countries around the world. Docuverse’s Hannah, Franziska, and Kim, are all presenting this year at the conference at Montana State University in Bozeman, MT. Today, we held a pre-conference meetup at a cafe in downtown Bozeman to meet …

Dr Leah Kaminsky lecture

Last night, Leah Kaminsky delivered a brilliant, bracing and entertaining lecture on her bestselling book, We’re All Going to Die. She was introduced by the wonderful Peta Murray, cofounder of the Groundswell Project – especially salient since 8 August is Dying to Know Day, an annual day of action dedicated to bringing to life conversations …

Sophie Cunningham welcomed as RMIT Adjunct Professor

non/fictionLab is thrilled to welcome Sophie Cunningham as RMIT Adjunct Professor for the next three years. Sophie is a highly respected writer, editor and publisher. She has been active in the publishing industry for thirty years, as a book editor and publisher, and as author of four books (two of fiction, Geography and Bird, and …

Rosalie Ham at McCraith House

The brilliant Rosalie Ham was in residence at McCraith House in June/July this year. Here, she shares an astonishing reflection on her time in Dromana, including pictures of the writer at work. Enjoy: The final rewrite; a familiar story. Much effort was required to reach the tranquility McCraith House promised so that I could work …

Dai Fan at McCraith House

“It was January, 2015, I had just arrived at the Butterfly House for a three-week writing residency in the small town of Dromana in the Mornington Peninsular south of Melbourne.” So begins a gorgeous essay by the writer Dai Fan – a testament to a profound and catalysing residency experience in a unique location. The …

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