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Livestreaming sessions from the NT Writers’ Festival

computer use.jpgPort Augusta Public Library will be livestreaming sessions from the NT Writers’ Festival this Saturday and Sunday.

The NT writers’ Festival will unite storytellers, song women and writers under the theme ‘stories crossing at the heart of the country’.

Writers in the festival include Carol Adams, Renee McBryde & Therese Ryder and many more.

The livestream sessions will begin at 10:00am tomorrow and 1:45pm on Sunday.

All residents are welcomed to attend the livestreaming sessions.

There will be a live Q&A where locals are encouraged to participate in by asking questions.

Livestreaming sessions - 
Saturday –
10:00 – 10:45 Tim Low: Birds and Us
11:00-11:45 The Writing and Work of Two Lives Crossing – Veronica Dobson & Fiona Walsh with Josie Douglas
12:00 – 1:00 Crossing Country: recovery, remapping, retelling – Kim Mahood, Bruce Pascoe, Charlie Ward, Felicity Castagna
Sunday –
1:45- 2:45 Q&A: Why these stories of trouble when there are so many stories to tell? – Kieran Finnane
3:00 – 4:00 Language Crossings – Lia Hills, Lizzie Marrklyi Ells, Agustinus Wibowo, Terri-ann White
4:15 – 5:15 Homecomings, Memoir & Landscape – Kim Mahood & Agustinus Wibowo

To participate in the Q&A live, please SMS your questions, beginning with your name and location to 0475 918 400

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