• Australia

Indigenous Speculative Aesthetics

Welcome to the strange but enticing world of Indigenous spec-fic.

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Relationships, Society

Presented by Westerly Magazine. 

Australian Indigenous authors Ambelin Kwaymullina, Claire G. Coleman and Paul Collis talk to Elfie Shiosaki about the strange but exciting world of Indigenous spec-fic. 

Purchase books from Ambelin Kwaymullina, Claire G. Coleman and Paul Collis through Boffins and start reading today!

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The detail

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Free

This event is free of charge

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Time

9.30-10.15 am 

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Venue Map

A copy of the venue map can be downloaded here.

Amphitheatre, The University Club

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25 Feb 2018

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Amphitheatre, The University Club venue information

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Access

  • Wheelchair access

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Boffins pop-up Bookshop

OPEN SAT & SUN, 8AM – 7PM Visit Boffins’ pop-up bookshop in The University Club to buy that must-have copy of the book you’ve been hearing about. Browse a range of titles from our guest authors amongst an eclectic selection of technical, practical, special interest, fiction and children’s books.
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Will there be any book signings?

Authors will be signing in the marquee on Riley Oval, next to The University Club. Catch up with your favourite and get your books signed. More details available throughout the weekend.
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Where is a place I can relax & enjoy?

Open all weekend, The University Club Café offers a range of drinks, hot foods, takeaway sandwiches, salads and light snacks. Relax in the Writers Courtyard Hub. Enjoy a cool drink, coffee, ice cream or a bite to eat from one of the food outlets.
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How do I book a Writers Week event?

You can book ONLINE at perthfestival.com.au Via PHONE at 08 6488 5555, IN PERSON at our onsite Writers Week Box Office on event day. FREE Out and About Sessions require registrations online at perthfestival.com.au