Join Emily Maguire, Melissa Lucashenko and Natalie Kon-yu for a discussion of feminist writing past, present and future. How has feminist writing changed over time? As our understanding of intersectionality deepens, do classic texts hold up? And where to next?
Tickets go on sale at 9am Friday 21 July. This session is able to be booked on a Festival Pass.
Supported by Feminist Writers Festival
Emily Maguire is the author of five novels and two feminist manifestos – Princesses and Pornstars and Your Skirt's Too...
Melissa Lucashenko is an award-winning Aboriginal writer who lives between Brisbane and the Scenic Rim. Lucashenko’s most recent novel...
Natalie Kon-yu is a writer, academic and a commissioning editor of both Just Between Us and Mothers and Others. She is a...
Sophie Cunningham has been on the publishing scene in Australia for 30 years. A former publisher and editor, she is the author of two novels,...