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WrICE Partners with Leading Asian Literary Centre

non/fictionLab’s Writers Immersion and Cultural Exchange Program (WrICE), now in its fifth year, will partner with the Jakarta Post Writing Center in 2018. WrICE contributes to an Asia Pacific community of writers in a collaborative way, while the writers centre is attached to The Jakarta Post, Indonesia’s multi-award winning, leading English-language daily newspaper. In April and …

non/fictionLab members tucking in at Writing Writing’s Monday morning session at Mr Tulk. Writing Writing runs Monday and Wednesday mornings from 9.30a.m. We do up to 3×25 minute silent Pomodoro sessions followed by a five-minute break and chat. What a great way to start the week!

Unfinished Business: Essaying the Literary Visual at ACCA

    On February 20 Lucinda Strahan led the workshop ‘Writing Literary Visual’ at ACCA as part of current exhibition Unfinished Business: Perspectives on Art and Feminism. This exploratory discussion and writing workshop was programmed as part of the exhibition’s Round Table series. The workshop considered how modes of writing with, writing through and writing …

Vale Adrian Miles

    [Now Adrian, how do I centre the image? What tags should I use? Do I insert links? Do I need to know HTML? How is this actually going to look when I press Publish? Can I go back in and change it? This is you at our Posthumanism Fieldwork trip to Pound Bend …

Peta Murray awarded for research presentation

Peta Murray ventured into uncharted territory last week, visiting the Land of the Gerontologists to deliver a presentation on her PhD research as part of a Cutting Edge Research forum. This annual event, hosted by the AAG (VIC Division), affords an opportunity for HDRs and ECRs to showcase highlights of their research and to hone …

Mildura writer Maree Jones reports on her stay at The Butterfly House in September 2017: I arrived at the Butterfly House armed with my key code and code for the alarm. I tried the key code once. No dice. Twice, still the door didn’t open. Three times and I was certain it wasn’t going to …

DOCUVERSE 2018 call for proposals

DOCUVERSE 2018 Expanding documentary: Ecologies and dialogues CALL FOR PROPOSALS Since its inception in 2016, Docuverse has been aiming to bring together a diverse range of people from independent filmmakers and artists to research-practitioners and industry representatives. With its third iteration, our symposium will continue to foster these cross-disciplinary conversations that are increasingly necessary to …

Present tense .3 Un-lecture: The Bird Likes to Hear Itself Sing recap

Held at RMIT on Tuesday 22 August 2017, the Un-lecture experimented with breaking the traditional Australian style lecture—and remaking it–creating a lecture where performance, song and word intersect. Featuring prolific local spoken word artists from the African-Australian diaspora, Un-lecture speakers explored identity through lyrical and performative storytelling. Abe Nouk is the author of HUMBLE and …

OzWallace 2017, the first ever David Foster Wallace conference in Australia, was held at RMIT University from 1-3 September. Sponsored by non/fictionLab and the International David Foster Wallace Society, it featured 25 presentations from a diverse array of speakers from around the world, including David Hering’s keynote address on Wallace, Ronald Reagan and the 1980s. …