Schools' Program

Who, Me?

Mon 2 Sep, 10am
Village Roadshow Theatrette

Thomas Pynchon once asked ‘why should things be easy to understand?’ Alistair Baldwin and Mira Schlosberg find mutual comfort discussing the challenges of writing about their lives, and how they’ve come to understand themselves a bit better as a result. With Leah Jing McIntosh.

Duration

45 minutes

Session code

2401

Accessibility

Year Level

Tickets

Session Artists

Alistair Baldwin is a writer and comedian based in Naarm/Melbourne. He has written for ABC's Get Krack!n, The Weekly and Hard Quiz, and was a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellow for 2018.

Leah Jing McIntosh is the founding editor of Liminal Magazine. Her writing has been published by The Saturday Paper, SBS, Swampland, Archer, and Metro. She has been a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellow, one of FCAC’s Emerging Cultural Leaders, and a Victorian Nominee for Young Australian of the Year.

Mira Schlosberg is a writer, editor and comics artist. They are the editor of Voiceworks and edit comics for Scum Mag. Their comic book, Guidebook to Queer Jewish Spirituality, is available through Glom Press.

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