SALON 6 / Jessica Alice: Writing a feminist Melbourne

Melbourne’s literary culture is renowned across the world – for its strong independent scene, its publishers and magazines, its festivals and events. How has our literature created and critiqued the identities that make this UNESCO City of Literature thrive?

Jessica Alice in conversation with Esther Anatolitis
4:00-6:00pm Sunday 11 June 2017
Neapoli Wine Bar, 30 Russell Place Melbourne

Jessica Alice is a writer, editor and broadcaster. Her poetry, essays and criticism have been published in The Guardian Australia, Metro Magazine, Overland, Junkee, VICE, The Lifted Brow, Spook, The Victorian Writer, Voiceworks and Cordite Poetry Review, among others. Jessica is the Program Manager of Melbourne Writers Festival and Chair of the Kat Muscat Fellowship Custodial Committee. She was Co-Director of the National Young Writers’ Festival in 2014 and 2015. She was previously a presenter and producer of Women on the Line and Spoken Word for 3CR Melbourne, and was Radio Adelaide Breakfast’s feminist insider.

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