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nonfictionLab presents â€˜The Politics of Literary Journalism in an Era of Media Abundance and Decadence’ panel discussion.
Literary journalism in its different delivery forms – magazines and books – is thriving and has given a breath of fresh air to the impoverished intellectuality of traditional journalism.
This panel of journalists, exponents and scholars of literary journalism comprises former Sydney Morning Herald reporter Dr Matthew Thompson, the author of Running with the Blood God and My Colombian Death; Kevin Childs, the author of eight books and former writer for The Age, The New York Times and The Guardian, who now lectures in literary journalism at RMIT; Dr Christopher Kremmer who has served as ABC South Asia Correspondent, ABC Vietnam Correspondent and as South Asia Correspondent for The Sydney Morning Heraldand The Age; and Dr Antonio Castillo Antonio, a Latin American journalist who is the Program Director of Journalism at RMIT.
Panel session moderated by Sian Prior, a journalist and broadcaster, working in radio, television, print and online for the past two decades.
RSVP:firstname.lastname@example.org with Politics of Literary Journalism in the subject line.
This panel session is part of the Journalism and Democracy organised by: Communication, Politics & Culture Research Centre (CPC) in association with nonfictionLab and Journalism@RMIT.
- Dr Matthew Thompson
- Dr Christopher Kremmer
- Dr Antonio Castillo Antonio