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The Galle Lit Fest 

Writing Asia-Based Fiction for a Global Audience Balli Jaswal, Manu Joseph & Shehan Karunatilaka Are writers responsible for explaining cultural contexts to modern-day readers? In an age when an astonishing 60% of the world’s population lives in Asia, three award-winning writers explore penning stories –…

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November 2023 EdVic 

November 2023 EdVic President’s report October 2023 By Margaret Trudgeon AE As the year speeds towards the finish line, the committee has been busy planning a few final events and PD, as well as addressing a couple of changes to the committee line-up. I was…


Authors on the Editorial Experience 

Maxine Beneba Clarke and Maamé Blue in conversation with Thirangie Jayatilake, hosted by the University of Melbourne, School of Culture and Communication August 2023 “Join award-winning authors Maxine Beneba Clarke (How Decent Folk Behave, The Hate Race) and Maamé Blue (Bad Love) as they discuss…

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Tales From Mango Island 

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Thesis Writing 101 

Writing a thesis is a craft which is equally as incredible as it is daunting. Join writers Lucy Egan and Thirangie Jayatilake in discussion as they debunk misconceptions on this topic and unravel the complexities they encountered in their own theses writing experiences. The two…

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Burn Down 

Only your parents can find you someone good, they say. It’s not a treasure hunt, it’s like a walk down the aisle in a grocery store. Pick up a product. Because women, they say, have an expiration date. Your biological clock is tick, tick ticking….

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Galle Lit Festival 

Does literature have to be relatable to everyone? In an age where 60% of the world’s population lives in Asia, three award-winning authors – Singaporean writer Balli Kaur Jaswal, Indian writer and journalist Manu Joseph and Sri Lanka’s very own Shehan Karunatilaka joined in a…

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English is Still Cancelled 

English is Still Cancelled: A Panel on Multilingualism Sun 01 Oct , 4.30pm – 5.30pm AEST/AEDT Newcastle Library (Main Room) Newcastle Library (Ground Floor), Laman Street, Newcastle Wheelchair Back by popular demand, English is Cancelled once again moves us away from the colonial presumption of English…