Join the Lab's Creative Resilience Series
The non/fictionLab has launched its 2021 Creative Resilience Series! Featuring Lab members Julienne van Loon, Sophie Cunningham and Peta Murray, enjoy your lunch with a side of professional development.
Taylored Readings for Screen Studies Scholars
Lab Member Stayci Taylor’s first co-edited collection has been published by Palgrave Macmillan on the topic of script development, a process and field of research sitting at the nexus of screenwriting studies and screen production scholarship.
Lab members shortlisted for major awards
The Lab congratulates Brigid Magner, Ronnie Scott, and Jessica Wilkinson who have recent works shortlisted in major writing and literary prizes, as well as recent funding success.
Further success for Crossing the Farak River, by Michelle Aung Thin
Lab member Dr Michelle Aung Thin is enjoying continuing success and acclaim for her recent fiction release, Crossing the Farak River.
PRS June 2021 Melbourne/Asia “yoinked” online yet again
Over a longish weekend, commencing Thursday 3 June and concluding Saturday 6 June, HDR candidates from Melbourne and across the Asia-Pacific region came together to share work-in-progress and clear milestones.
Writing in the Expanded Field Volume III: this publication also sings
Writing in the Expanded Field Volume III: Overlapping Writing is live!
Emilie Collyer completes her Publisher Introduction Fellowship
As part of a Publisher Introduction Fellowship that got split by COVID-19, nonfiction/Labber Emilie Collyer worked on a poetry manuscript in 2020.
PEN Melbourne initiative supports writers in Myanmar
“They shoot in the head, but they don’t know the revolution is in the heart” - Khet Thi the Myanmar poet (tortured and murdered by the military junta on 8 May 2021.)
On Literary Value: an online seminar, featuring Julienne van Loon and David Carlin
This seminar addresses the changing nature of literary value in 2021, against a movable backdrop of post-COVID Australia.
Scene and HERD
Lab member Peta Murray made her Theatre Works debut on Sunday, 25 April 2021, as both a back-up singer and creative collaborator on HERD.
Best Feet Forward: On Writing Walking
This is an open invitation to colleagues, HDRS and friends to join members of RMIT’s research group, the non/fictionLab, for a series of participatory events on writing walking to be delivered through and in dialogue with Bus Projects.
Emilie Collyer’s The Grateful Shade is shortlisted for Patrick White Playwrights Award
Emilie Collyer’s play The Grateful Shade has been shortlisted for the prestigious Sydney Theatre Company Patrick White Playwright’s Award.
Elizabeth Walley’s ‘The Trauma Project’ takes the stage
PhD candidate, Elizabeth Walley, has staged her doctoral creative work, The Trauma Project, at fortyfivedownstairs in Melbourne.