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Venus in Fur by David Ives

9 March 2018
fortyfivedownstairs

A whip-smart exploration of sexual politics, gender and power.

Book launch: Obsidio - Fri 9 Mar 2018 at 6:30pm

9 March 2018
Readings Bookshop

Fri 9 Mar 2018 at 6:30pm

Sporting Poets #31

11 March 2018
The Sporting Poets
Michael Farrell, Emily Stewart and Will Druce

Join us at Compass Pizza from 4pm for an afternoon of poetry from our three readers.

Sporting Poets featuring Michael Farrell, Emily Stewart and Will Druce

11 March 2018
Melbourne Spoken Word

Sporting Poets runs once a month, on the first Sunday at 5 for a 5:30pm start.

Feather Permitting: Jim Robbins on Birds

13 March 2018
The Wheeler Centre
Jim Robbins and Sean Dooley

The human fascination with birds is expressed in our technology and in our culture.

Alexander McCall Smith

13 March 2018
The Wheeler Centre
Alexander McCall Smith and Toni Jordan

Alexander McCall Smith is a literary phenomenon; a force of nature and a seemingly limitless source of...

A Night with Geoffrey Robertson

13 March 2018
The Wheeler Centre
Geoffrey Robertson

He’s sparred with General Pinochet and Princess Diana.

Alexander McCall Smith: Warrnambool

14 March 2018
The Wheeler Centre
Alexander McCall Smith and Chris Flynn

Alexander McCall Smith is a literary phenomenon; a force of nature and a seemingly limitless source of...

LOUD in the Library

17 March 2018
LoveOzYa

Event for Readers at Plaza Library