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Zoe Dzunko & Annabel Brady-Brown at the Urban Writing House

Zoe Dzunko and Annabel Brady-Brown were in residence at the Urban Writing House for their work with Women Writers in the City, a non/fictionLab project supported by City of Melbourne 2016 Arts Grants. Of the residency Dzunko and Brady-Brown say: “Our week at the RMIT Urban Writing House in October marked the first time we’d been together …

Zoe Dzunko & Annabel Brady-Brown at McCraith House

Zoe Dzunko & Annabel Brady-Brown undertook a collaborative residency at McCraith House this winter, gearing up for Women Writers in the City, a project supported by City of Melbourne 2016 Arts Grants. They write: During our stay at McCraith House we collaborated on a multidimensional project, born from our five-year friendship and working relationship as …

Can You Imagine Me Being There? by Simona Castricum

Earlier in March, Simona Castricum presented Can You Imagine Me Being There? at the Urban Writing House, kicking off Brow Talks for the year – a partnership between RMIT’s non/fictionLab and literary organisation The Lifted Brow, publishers in residence at Bowen St Press. Simona Castricum is a musician, architecture academic and writer from Melbourne. Simona’s …

Paola Balla on Aboriginal Non-Fiction Spaces

In October, Paola Balla joined non/fictionLab for the second entry in The Lifted Brow Lecture Series – drawing packed crowds to the Urban Writing House, and necessitating a late-stage move to a bigger venue. Paola explored how Aboriginal culture understands memoir, discussing the history of First Nations women speaking into writing, storytelling and non-fiction spaces, …

In May and June, non/fictionLab hosted two writers at McCraith House in Dromana – Sam Cooney and Briohny Doyle. Sam Cooney is publisher and director at literary publishing organisation The Lifted Brow, and is a writer and editor. He teaches writing at various Melbourne universities, sits on several boards, recently undertook a residency with McSweeney’s Publishing in …