Please join me for the following upcoming events. If you’d like me to give a talk/lead a workshop at your festival, bookshop, library, book club, writers’ group or whatever, online or in person please drop me an invitation via email.

I’m appearing at two sessions at the Williamstown Literary Festival on 16-17 June 2023. On Friday night I’ll be on stage with the merry Stereo Stories band, joining Andy Griffiths, Jock Serong, Angela Savage and more in a night of music and memoir. On Saturday 17th at 1.30pm I’m leading a walk around Williamstown to talk about place, memory and loss. Details at Willy Lit Fest.

A workshop for writers of all levels, ‘Psychogeography and the suburbs’, at Writers Victoria on Saturday 20 May 2023 from 10-4. Hone your eyes to old signage, details of architecture, traces of the past, and the poetry of the everyday. Inspired by the Situationists and the idea of psychogeography, we will investigate how ordinary places are rich source material. Whether you write fiction, non-fiction, poetry or memoir, insights from this workshop will stimulate ideas. Join me for a workshop and a walk.

I’m appearing at Mildura Writers Festival as part of the Stereo Stories in concert show on Friday 15 July 2022 at 7pm. Program

A talk on ghostsigns and Melbourne Circle at Richmond Historical Society. Sunday 15 May 2022 at 2pm. Free. Bookings or call (03) 9427 1800.

A workshop about place and psychogeography, hosted by Belmont Library. Saturday 8 May 2021 from 10:00am to 3:00pm.

Melbourne Circle: the psychogeography of the suburbs. The Johnston Collection, East Melbourne. Wednesday 12 May 2021, 10:00am – 11:30am. Information and bookings

Brunswick Bound bookstore. Lisa Gorton, Alex Landragin and I read from our work, participated in a Q & A and had a glass of wine with our host, Megan of Brunswick Bound.

Leading a psychogeography walk at the Mildura Writers Festival, 2016
Angela Savage launches Death of a Typographer at The Younger Sun bookshop, Yarraville. October 2019.
With poet Thuy On, and a giant ampersand, in Yarraville
A chat with Nick Earls about type at Avid Reader, Brisbane. November 2019.

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