3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
WATT SPACE GALLERY
20 Auckland St
Newcastle NSW 2300
Special Event: Celebrate The Suburban Review
It is The Suburban Review‘s 10th publishing year and they’re kicking off celebrations at NWF.
Past contributors will share prose and poetry from the archives, the new issue #29: ITCH will be launched with live readings, and the Review’s managing editors will participate in a short Q & A about running (and submitting to) an independent journal.
With Claire Albrecht, Lily Cameron, Caitlin Doyle-Markwick, Bastian Fox Phelan, Andrew Menken, Erin McFadyen, Luke Patterson, and Huyen Hac Helen Tran.
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