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Lecturer, School of Media and Communication Brigid Magner is a Senior Lecturer in Literary Studies and convener of the non/fictionLab Writing Writing and Creative WorkShop sessions. She has published widely on authorship, bestsellers and literary tourism. Her current projects are: On The Trail: Reading Literary Places in Australia and Reading/Writing the Mallee, for which she …

“I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train.”  – Gwendolyn Fairfax, in The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde  The first ‘movement’ of the inaugural Symphony of Awkward was conducted last Thursday evening at the Urban Writers House under the baton of Stayci Taylor, Kim Munro, and …

Sophie Cunningham’s Elephant Walk, 3 May

Ranee was the first elephant in Australia. She arrived in Melbourne from Calcutta Zoo on the 5th March 1883. After docking in Port Melbourne she was held at Sandridge at the Port Melbourne police station until late at night. She was then walked through the streets in darkness.  It took many hours to walk the …

The first bi-monthly Snapshots event for 2017 was presented by Pat Aufderheide a 2017 Fulbright Senior Fellow at Queensland University of Technology, and University Professor of Communication Studies in the School of Communication at American University in Washington, D.C. Pat began her talk in participatory fashion by teasing out the audiences’ interests for being there, …

Image from (RMIT news article) ‘Media Students feature in Anzac Exhibition’. Undergraduate students in the RMIT Media program were selected to screen by Maroondah City Council’s ArtSpace. The making of the works was facilitated by the studio lead Dr Seth keen with specialist support from Hannah Braiser, both in the non-fiction lab research group. From …