Event

Ghost Stories

Mon 27 Aug, 12.30pm
ACMI Cinema 1

Nathan Curnow spent a night alone in famously haunted sites in Australia then wrote about them in his poetry collection The Ghost Poetry Project. Here he reveals what makes a good ghost story…because ghosts aren't actually real, right? With Rose Michael.

Duration

45 minutes

Session code

3503

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Nathan Curnow is an award-winning poet, spoken word performer and past editor of Going Down Swinging. His books include The Ghost Poetry Project, RADAR, The Right Wrong Notes and his most recent collection, The Apocalypse Awards.

Currently a lecturer at RMIT, Rose Michael has been published in Griffith Review, Best Australian Stories, Island, Review of Australian Fiction, Sydney Review of Books, Meanjin and Overland. Her first novel, The Asking Game, was a runner-up for the Vogel and received an Aurealis honourable mention. Her second, The Art of Navigation, is out now.

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