Festival Program

Conversations

Brow Talks: Michelle Law

Sat 25 Aug, 3pm
Belleville

As a writer, anger can be one of the most constructive tools in your creative arsenal. Join Michelle Law as she speaks about embracing anger, its values and its uses, so your writing can rise like a phoenix from the fiery ashes.

18+ event, ID may be requested.

Limited seating with plenty of standing room available.

This session is free, no bookings are required.

Supported by The Lifted Brow and RMIT’s non/fictionLab

Duration

1 hour

Session code

9171

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Session Artists

Michelle Law is a writer working across film, theatre and print. Her debut play Single Asian Female was staged at La Boite Theatre Company and Belvoir St Theatre Company to sold out audiences. Homecoming Queens, the web series she co-created, co-wrote and acted in, premiered on SBS On Demand this year.

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