The 2018 FNAWN Workshop program brings together leading writers, poets and storytellers to share their insights, understandings and skills. Griffith Review Editor Ashley Hay will appear as an invited guest at the Literary Sector and Publishing Industry Roundtable, the purpose of which is to strategise on ways to improve access, visibility and professional development for First Nations writers.
When: 23–26 August
Where: Gorman House, Canberra
Griffith Review will once again be featured at the Byron Bay Writers Festival, held in August at Elements of Byron (see map).
First Things First
Jill Eddington, former CEO of UQP and Chair of the Literature Board of the Australia Council, in coversation with Griffith Review 60 contributors Melissa Lucashenko and Tony Birch, alongside historian Henry Reynolds.
When: Friday, 3 August 2018, 4 pm
Where: Yellow Brick Road Pavillion
The Future of the Commonwealth
Jane Camens, co-editor of Griffith Review 59, in conversation with contributors Jenny Hocking, Melissa Lucashenko and Selina Tusitala Marsh.
When: Saturday, 4 August 2018, 4 pm
Where: Greenstone Partners Marquee
One-day passes start from $111. See the festival program for more information.