Festival Program

Free

Local Libraries: Fiona Wright

Sat 7 Sep, 1pm
Frankston Library

Award-winning Fiona Wright talks about her essay collection, The World Was Whole. She discusses how we inhabit and remember familiar spaces, such as our bodies and our homes, and how we use these to form routines and create meaning. With Elizabeth Flux.

Duration

1 hour

Session code

5819

Accessibility

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Session Artists

Elizabeth Flux is an award-winning writer and editor whose fiction and nonfiction work has been widely published. She was a judge for the 2019 Award for an Unpublished Manuscript for the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards and is a past recipient of a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowship.

Fiona Wright is a writer, editor and critic. Her book of essays Small Acts of Disappearance won the 2016 Kibble Award and the Queensland Literary Award for non-fiction. Her poetry collections are Knuckled and Domestic Interior. Her new essay collection, The World Was Whole, was longlisted for the 2019 Stella Prize.

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