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Melbourne is full of literary activity with something happening every night of the week. Explore the calendar below, use the category tags to focus in on what you like or use our search box to zero in on your interests.

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We Work This Shop

26 November 2017
Melbourne Spoken Word

We Work This Shop is a free feedback based workshop run by Melbourne Spoken Word.

Poets Off The Hook Open Mic

26 November 2017
Melbourne Spoken Word

Welcome to a brand new poetry event at Tago Mago, running in conjunction with the already fun ‘Blame...

Enemy: a White Ribbon day event

27 November 2017
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Ruth Clare

Be a part of Moreland City Council’s commitment to preventing male violence against women.

Claire Higgins in conversation with Julian Burnside - Mon 27 Nov 2017 at 6...

27 November 2017
Readings Bookshop

Mon 27 Nov 2017 at 6:30pm

Well Aware

27 November 2017
The Wheeler Centre
Nick Toscano, Tim Crowe, Clem Bastow, and Jacinta...

Activated charcoal, sound baths, coffee enemas, adaptogens – wellness trends continue to rise and rise,...

Passionate Tongues featuring Carmen Main

27 November 2017
Melbourne Spoken Word

Hosted by ‘the patron-saint of Melbourne poetry,’ poet and photographer Michael Reynolds, what began as a...

Beyond Binary: Nevo Zisin on Gender

28 November 2017
The Wheeler Centre
Nevo Zisin and Fury

Nevo Zisin has experienced gender in ways most of us may not.


29 November 2017 to 10 December 2017
Theatre Works
Theatre Works and Rawcus


An Instrument of Collaboration, ARt on the Page

29 November 2017
University of Melbourne Special Collections
Noel Shaw Gallery

Join Caren Florence from the University of Canberra for a talk on the unfolding legacy of the graphic...