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University acquires major Ted Hughes collection for Heritage Quay
It’s festival season… quite literarily
Big ideas thrive in small town: Kyogle Writers Festival
Mayhem in May at Wyndham Libraries
Poet lays bare heartache and beauty of life and death
Screen Queensland Appoints New Chief Creative Officer
UW Selects Top First-Year Course Instructors
Miniature Qur’ans and travelling manuscripts
Lessons from modern languages can reboot Latin learning
Creative writing competition open to Highlands residents
Final grant round opens for truth, healing, and reconciliation
Animation activation for creative children
Play Create and Skate into Youth Week 2022
Laying GROUNDWORK: relationality, land, and ways of knowing
Ling Ma, MFA ’15 to read from her fiction on March 10
Historic homestead open to community
2022 International Women’s Day in Inner West
Workshops on offer for budding writers
New York Times Bestselling Author Tommy Orange to Give Reading March 3 at UW
What is English?
An explorer in sprawling universe of possible chemical combinations
Budding Sunshine Coast writers, don’t miss this ‘love-ly’ opportunity
Children can relive Wordsworth’s ‘spots of time’ thanks to new Grasmere museum attraction
Creative desire, and grit to get it done
Poet Nikky Finney honors wisdom of Black women at virtual MLK Day keynote event
Council continues Covid support for artists
Poet Nikky Finney to speak as part of multiday MLK Commemorative Series
Third Lancaster degree for “literary impresario” Damian Barr
‘Write stories you want to read’: SJ Sindu, author of Blue-Skinned Gods
Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse latest cultural organisation to join forces with University of Liverpool
What is interdisciplinary studies?
UNSW researcher honoured for outreach in physics community
Young New Zealanders recognised for building better Aotearoa
Writers honoured in reception at Town Hall
Innovative tech solutions unleash positive impact
Capturing natural world differently – Future Places awards announced
University of Toronto grad uses fantasy genre to pursue real-life change
Artists with Conviction Exhibition 2021
Australia’s richest poetry prize winner announced
University unveils creative projects communicating climate emergency
3 Questions: Maaya Prasad and Kathleen Esfahany on vision, perception, and poetry of science
New poem delves into enigma of eel
Sights and sounds of one of country’s most polluted rivers on display at COP26
PAWSOME STORIES – Victorian kids win writing awards
At crossroads of language, technology, and empathy
Vision for historic homestead set to become reality
University launches new School of Society and Culture
Supporting stellar Ilkley Literature Festival line-up