untitled Literary Festival
[untitled]: our writers, readers and stories
Stonnington Libraries are set to celebrate the writers, readers and stories of Stonnington with a series of author talks, readings, panel discussions and a writing competition in this year’s [untitled] Literary Festival, to be held from 16 – 20 November 2017.
This year’s program features author and self-described ‘television prankster’ John Safran in conversation with broadcaster Sally Warhaft about Safran’s second book, Depends What You Mean By Extremism: Going Rogue with Australian Deplorables, and the rise of political extremism in Australia and around the world.
Other highlights include:
- Writer, journalist and former political staffer Jamila Rizvi will discuss her book, Not Just Lucky, with feminist thinker and broadcaster Clementine Ford
- Novelist, poet and translator Lia Hills will discuss her latest novel, The Crying Place, a haunting story of loss, place and the contradictions that lie at the heart of Australia
- Comedian, music nerd and children’s author Alan Brough will chat about what makes for a hilarious children’s story, and
- Many more lively talks and performances.
[untitled] literary festival: our writers, readers and stories will launch on 16 November 2017.
The full festival program will be revealed on 2 October. Bookings will open at 10am on 6 October 2017.
What's Your Story? Writing Competition 2017
‘What’s Your Story?’ is a short story and poetry writing competition run by Stonnington Libraries. What's Your Story? opens 1 August 2017 and closes 4pm Saturday 30 September.
Find out more
What's Your Story? Writing Competition - 2016 Winners
The winners were announced at our [untitled] Literary Festival 2016 Launch. Congratulations to all winners who were presented with their prizes by the Mayor Cr Jamie Klisaris.
View the winners and read their stories