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Apr 21,2017
Alison Evans interview

Alison Evans’ work has been published in various Australian and international journals, magazines and zines. They are the co-editor of Concrete Queers, a zine about fun queer stuff created by fun queer people. Alison has also published three books, of which Ida is their latest release. They will be appearing at the Reading Matters conference in June. Click here to book your tickets now!

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Apr 19,2017
Mariko Tamaki interview

Mariko Tamaki is an award-winning Canadian writer best known for her graphic novels Skim and This One Summer, with Jillian Tamaki. Her most recent YA prose novel is the wonderful Saving Montgomery Sole. Mariko will be appearing at the Reading Matters conference from 1-7 of June, including two events at the Reading Matters public day on Sunday 4 June: ‘Speculative Fiction’ with Rachael Craw and Jay Kristoff, and a free writing workshop for under 20s, ‘Comics!’.

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Apr 07,2017
Shivaun Plozza interview

Shivaun Plozza is the author of Frankie, a 2017 CBCA shortlist and – more importantly – 2017 Inky Awards longlist title. Shivaun will be appearing at the Reading Matters conference from 1-7 June, including two events at the Reading Matters public day on Sunday 4 June: ‘Publishing 101’ with Rachael Craw and Jennifer Niven, and a free youth writing workshop, ‘Finding Your Voice’. Click here to book your tickets now!

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Mar 31,2017
Reading Matters Workshops Shivaun Plozza, AS King, Jay Kristoff & Mariko Tamaki

 

Want to learn worldbuilding with Jay Kristoff, talk characters with Shivaun Plozza, explore the unreal with A.S. King, or read comics with Mariko Tamaki? As part of the #YAmatters public day program on Sunday June 4, these four amazing YA authors will be running a series of workshops to help you refine your writing skills and kickstart your creativity.

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Mar 28,2017

Do you love books, writing and digital media? We’re looking for a group of savvy, creative teens in years 9 and 10 to be involved in the first ever Dog’s Advisory Board (DAB). The DAB is an after-school program that meets at the State Library Victoria once a week to discuss all things Inside a Dog, from design to content to programming, and to talk about books and writing. Sessions will include writing exercises, author visits and general bookish chat.

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