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The Emerging Writers’ Festival brings you the Digital Writers’ Festival again in 2018. DWF is an online festival exploring the unique relationship between technology and storytelling; accessible anywhere, anytime, by anyone with an internet connection. Check out the full program at digitalwritersfestival.com, and join us to listen, learn and play right here in hyperspace from 30 October - 3 November and beyond. Our theme music is the magical Huntly's 'Please' from their EP Songs in Your Name. Find them on Facebook as Huntly Music. This podcast was recorded on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations. We acknowledge that First Nations Peoples are the first storytellers of this land, and that their sovereignty has never been ceded. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging, and to the Elders of the lands this podcast reaches.

The Emerging Writers’ Festival brings you the Digital Writers’ Festival again in 2018. DWF is an online festival exploring the unique relationship between technology and storytelling; accessible anywhere, anytime, by anyone with an internet connection. Check out the full program at digitalwritersfestival.com, and join us to listen, learn and play right here in hyperspace from 30 October - 3 November and beyond. Our theme music is the magical Huntly's 'Please' from their EP Songs in Your Name. Find them on Facebook as Huntly Music. This podcast was recorded on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations. We acknowledge that First Nations Peoples are the first storytellers of this land, and that their sovereignty has never been ceded. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging, and to the Elders of the lands this podcast reaches.
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Australia

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The Emerging Writers’ Festival brings you the Digital Writers’ Festival again in 2018. DWF is an online festival exploring the unique relationship between technology and storytelling; accessible anywhere, anytime, by anyone with an internet connection. Check out the full program at digitalwritersfestival.com, and join us to listen, learn and play right here in hyperspace from 30 October - 3 November and beyond. Our theme music is the magical Huntly's 'Please' from their EP Songs in Your Name. Find them on Facebook as Huntly Music. This podcast was recorded on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations. We acknowledge that First Nations Peoples are the first storytellers of this land, and that their sovereignty has never been ceded. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging, and to the Elders of the lands this podcast reaches.

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English

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(03) 9094 7876


Episodes

Lines on the Soles of My Feet - Two

10/28/2018
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This audio accompanies "Lines on the Soles of My Feet" by Marziya Mohammedali for Jalada x DWF: Diaspora. Experience the complete artwork at: [link] === Jalada x DWF: Diaspora DWF are honoured to partner with pan-African writers’ collective, Jalada, to create this special edition of their online publication featuring five writers based across Africa, and five African writers based in Australia. Jalada x DWF is a meditation on confounding experiences of loss, scattering and (mis)recognition,...

Duration:00:01:22

Lines on the Soles of My Feet - One

10/28/2018
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This audio accompanies "Lines on the Soles of My Feet" by Marziya Mohammedali for Jalada x DWF: Diaspora. Experience the complete artwork at: [link] === Jalada x DWF: Diaspora DWF are honoured to partner with pan-African writers’ collective, Jalada, to create this special edition of their online publication featuring five writers based across Africa, and five African writers based in Australia. Jalada x DWF is a meditation on confounding experiences of loss, scattering and (mis)recognition,...

Duration:00:00:48

Lines on the Soles of My Feet - Four

10/28/2018
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This audio accompanies "Lines on the Soles of My Feet" by Marziya Mohammedali for Jalada x DWF: Diaspora. Experience the complete artwork at: [link] === Jalada x DWF: Diaspora DWF are honoured to partner with pan-African writers’ collective, Jalada, to create this special edition of their online publication featuring five writers based across Africa, and five African writers based in Australia. Jalada x DWF is a meditation on confounding experiences of loss, scattering and (mis)recognition,...

Duration:00:00:38

Lines on the Soles of My Feet - Three

10/28/2018
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This audio accompanies "Lines on the Soles of My Feet" by Marziya Mohammedali for Jalada x DWF: Diaspora. Experience the complete artwork at: [link] === Jalada x DWF: Diaspora DWF are honoured to partner with pan-African writers’ collective, Jalada, to create this special edition of their online publication featuring five writers based across Africa, and five African writers based in Australia. Jalada x DWF is a meditation on confounding experiences of loss, scattering and (mis)recognition,...

Duration:00:00:42

Lines on the Soles of My Feet - Six

10/28/2018
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This audio accompanies "Lines on the Soles of My Feet" by Marziya Mohammedali for Jalada x DWF: Diaspora. Experience the complete artwork at: [link] === Jalada x DWF: Diaspora DWF are honoured to partner with pan-African writers’ collective, Jalada, to create this special edition of their online publication featuring five writers based across Africa, and five African writers based in Australia. Jalada x DWF is a meditation on confounding experiences of loss, scattering and (mis)recognition,...

Duration:00:01:03

Lines on the Soles of My Feet - Five

10/28/2018
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This audio accompanies "Lines on the Soles of My Feet" by Marziya Mohammedali for Jalada x DWF: Diaspora. Experience the complete artwork at: [link] === Jalada x DWF: Diaspora DWF are honoured to partner with pan-African writers’ collective, Jalada, to create this special edition of their online publication featuring five writers based across Africa, and five African writers based in Australia. Jalada x DWF is a meditation on confounding experiences of loss, scattering and (mis)recognition,...

Duration:00:00:31

Aurora Digitalis: Art, Practice and the Internet

10/7/2018
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It’s the dawn of DWF18 and only fitting that we begin by honouring the wondrous, expansive and mystifying phenomenon that is the World Wide Web. To launch this year’s program, we hear from a range of festival artists about how the internet has shaped and altered their practice. With: Gemma Mahadeo, Hien Pham, Fiona Tuomy, Tegan Webb, Ahmed Yussuf Produced by Thanh Hằng Phạm Full artist bios here http://2018.digitalwritersfestival.com/event/aurora-digitalis-art-practice-and-the-internet/

Duration:00:22:18

The Future Of Storytelling with Brooke Maggs, Misha Myers, Oscar Raby and Seb Chan

11/9/2017
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This episode features the first event of the 2017 Digital Writers Festival, a live conversation about the future of storytelling with Brooke Maggs, Misha Myers, Oscar Raby and Seb Chan, moderated by the festival’s Artistic Director, Izzy Roberts-Orr. The Future of Storytelling was held at ACMI in partnership with ACMI Conversations and Monash University. You can watch the full event here: http://2017.digitalwritersfestival.com/event/dwf17-launch-the-future-of-storytelling/ Our theme music is...

Duration:01:05:02

Creative Audio: Reflections from Australian Producers

11/1/2017
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Crafting audio content takes time, and we all have to start somewhere. Learn from Australian audio producers as they put their past tape to the test. Bec Fary reflected on a clip from episode 1 of SleepTalker - When You Talk About Your Dreams. Listen to the rest here: http://sleeptalkerpodcast.com/1-when-you-talk-about-your-dreams/ Bec Fary is the creator of SleepTalker, the podcast about sleep, dreams, nightmares and what happens in your head after dark. She's also a freelance audio...

Duration:00:44:46

#DWF17: Voices Of Trees

10/24/2017
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Voices of Trees is a special project produced in partnership with Australian Poetry and Red Room for the 2017 Digital Writers Festival. We commissioned three poets - Bert Spinks, Steven Finch, and Mindy Gill - to create a new work of poetry in response to trees unique to the landscape surrounding them. Sound producer Britta Jorgensen then turned their poems into three unique creative audio pieces. Our theme music is 'Please' by Huntly.

Duration:00:10:47

#DWF17: Tin Cans

10/24/2017
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Tin Cans is a collaborative sound-based call and response between a pair of audio producers, produced in partnership with The Wheeler Centre for the 2017 Digital Writers Festival. Listen in as Jess Ong from Darwin and Olivia Rosenman from Sydney get to know each other over a series of audio exchanges. Our theme music is 'Please' by Huntly.

Duration:00:26:36

Collectives and Community with Areej Nur, Kate ten Buuren and Alec Reade

10/12/2017
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Our guest host for this episode is the multi-talented Areej Nur, co-founder of Still Nomads African artist collective. Areej is joined by Kate ten Buuren of This Mob Aboriginal artist collective and Alec Reade of New Wayfinders Pasifika artist collective. Together, they discussed community, creativity, and collective strength. Kate ten Buuren is a young Taungurung artist and filmmaker, whose driving force is building confidence throughout her community. Find out more about This Mob here:...

Duration:00:36:33

Wish You Were Here: Audio Postcards from around Australia and NZ

10/5/2017
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This special episode is a wave from across time and space, featuring a range of selected Digital Writers’ Festival artists who have sent through an audio postcard from a place that’s meaningful to them and their work. Extra music is Quizitive by Lee Rosevere. We’re super stoked to say that we’ve just launched the program for the Digital Writers’ Festival! You can view it here: http://2017.digitalwritersfestival.com/ Gail Ingram is a writer from New Zealand, featuring in our Online Lit...

Duration:00:36:25

FutureSex: Erotic Storytelling with Krissy Kneen, Kim Allom and Angela Serrano

9/21/2017
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In this episode we’re going down under and exploring the glorious, gory, titillating world of erotic writing in the digital age. Games designer Kim Allom speaks with erotic writer Krissy Kneen. We also hear from erotic writer and 2017 Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellow Angela Serrano. ~ADULT THEMES AND SOME SWEARS~ Krissy Kneen is a Brisbane-based author well known for her erotic writing, including the novel 'An Uncertain Grace', and the email series she completed with The Lifted Brow, 'Stranger...

Duration:00:50:43

Indigenous Speculative Futures with Hannah Donelly

9/7/2017
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In this episode, guest host Hannah Donnelly explores Indigenous speculative futures with Claire G Coleman, author of the recently released 'Terra Nullius', and Maddee Clark, who is writing their PhD on Indigenous speculative fiction and futurism. Hannah Donnelly is a writer, DJ and the creator of Sovereign Trax. Her work experiments with future tense, speculative fiction and Indigenous responses to climate change through stories of cultural flows and water systems. Sovereign Trax is an...

Duration:00:51:19

Extraordinary Routines with Madeleine Dore

8/28/2017
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In our inaugural episode, guest host Madeleine Dore of Extraordinary Routines chats to illustrator Gorkie (Sarah Nagorcka) and writer and activist Jax Jacki Brown about their creative practices, as well as the challenges of balancing their creative careers. Madeleine Dore is a freelance writer and founder of the interview project Extraordinary Routines. Her interviews, life-experiments, and articles regularly explore creativity, everyday life and the imperfection in between and have appeared...

Duration:00:40:18