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Vignettes: The EWF Podcast

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Vignettes: The EWF Podcast is an audio readings series from the Emerging Writers’ Festival. Each season, we release five themed episodes featuring emerging writers from across Australia sharing new work across genres and forms. The Emerging Writers’ Festival (EWF) is one of Australia’s most established and well-respected literary festivals. We exist to develop, nurture and promote Australia’s new writing talent, creating platforms for connecting writing communities and their audiences. This podcast was produced 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 respects to Elders past and present, and to the Elders of the lands that this podcast reaches. Find out more at https://emergingwritersfestival.org.au/vignettes-the-ewf-podcast/

Vignettes: The EWF Podcast is an audio readings series from the Emerging Writers’ Festival. Each season, we release five themed episodes featuring emerging writers from across Australia sharing new work across genres and forms. The Emerging Writers’ Festival (EWF) is one of Australia’s most established and well-respected literary festivals. We exist to develop, nurture and promote Australia’s new writing talent, creating platforms for connecting writing communities and their audiences. This podcast was produced 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 respects to Elders past and present, and to the Elders of the lands that this podcast reaches. Find out more at https://emergingwritersfestival.org.au/vignettes-the-ewf-podcast/

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Australia

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Vignettes: The EWF Podcast is an audio readings series from the Emerging Writers’ Festival. Each season, we release five themed episodes featuring emerging writers from across Australia sharing new work across genres and forms. The Emerging Writers’ Festival (EWF) is one of Australia’s most established and well-respected literary festivals. We exist to develop, nurture and promote Australia’s new writing talent, creating platforms for connecting writing communities and their audiences. This podcast was produced 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 respects to Elders past and present, and to the Elders of the lands that this podcast reaches. Find out more at https://emergingwritersfestival.org.au/vignettes-the-ewf-podcast/

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English

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+61390947876


Episodes

Season 3, Episode 5: Sovereign Food

12/6/2021
Tarneen Onus-Williams, Hasib Hourani and Muhib Nabulsi will share their personal food related stories for this episode today. The theme for today’s episode was first inspired by the piece The Politics and Solidarity of Food which you can find in Overland online here: https://overland.org.au/2021/06/the-politics-and-solidarity-of-food/ Tarneen Onus-Williams is a community organiser for Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance and has worked on Invasion Day, Black Deaths in Custody and Stop the...

Duration:00:26:20

Season 3, Episode 4: Bloom

11/29/2021
Léa Antigny, Paige Clark and Laura Stortenbeker share their readings for today's episode, Bloom. As we transition in more ways than one, out of lockdown and into warmer days, it's a pleasure to hear from these talented emerging writers on the things changing and blooming in their lives. Léa Antigny is a Sydney-based publicist and writer whose personal essays and non-fiction have been published in The Guardian, Kill Your Darlings, and The Lifted Brow. Paige Clark is a...

Duration:00:21:35

Season 3, Episode 3: Motherhood

11/22/2021
For today’s episode, Tabitha Lean, Ella Baxter and Gabriella Munoz will share readings themed around motherhood. We’ll hear one mother reflect on the pain of being separated from her daughter while in prison; a mother trying to talk about the pandemic with her children, and a new mother’s first days after giving birth in lockdown. Tabitha Lean is a Gunditjmara woman, storyteller, poet and abolition activist, and we feel really lucky to have her on Vignettes today. You can find more of her...

Duration:00:21:06

Season 3, Episode 2: Body Language

11/15/2021
In this episode, Oliver Reeson, Mia Nie and Tori Hobbs share readings on the theme Body Language. These artists reflect on bodies in pain and bodies in pleasure; what it means to inhabit a body in transition and a body in illness. They will consider both the ordinariness and specialness, as well as the resistance, of living in their bodies. Oliver Reeson is an essayist and screenwriter. In 2021, they are one of the recipients of The Next Chapter Fellowship, mentored by Maria Tumarkin. They...

Duration:00:24:25

Season 3, Episode 1: Land Back

11/8/2021
Sissy Austin and Dakota Feirer share readings on the theme Land Back, for our first episode of Vignettes Season 3: Spring. Sissy Austin is a Gunditjmara, Keerray Wurrung, Peek Wurrung and Djab Wurrung woman, and a community advocate for grassroots change. Sheis a grounded 27-year-old Aboriginal woman and she believes strongly in the power of Aboriginal voices and stories creating grassroots change in communities. Sissy has a history of advocacy, campaigning, community organising and...

Duration:00:21:03

Vignettes: The EWF Podcast - Season 3 Trailer

10/25/2021
Vignettes, the EWF storytelling podcast, is back for its third season: Spring. From November, we’ll be sharing brand new audio stories from emerging writers across the continent. With readings spanning genres, forms and themes, the podcast will feature personal essays, poetry and short stories on everything from mothering to the politics of food. We hope these episodes will provide you with new worlds to escape into and new ways to reflect on the world we’re living in. Find and subscribe to...

Duration:00:01:32

#EWF21: Dis-belonging Bodies: When Does Your Body Feel Like It Belongs To You? by Maddie Godfrey

6/15/2021
Listen in as Maddie Godfrey reads their poem 'When Does Your Body Feel Like It Belongs To You?'. This was created for the Emerging Writers' Festival 2021, as a part of the series 'Dis-belonging Bodies'.

Duration:00:02:58

Vignettes - Season 2: Autumn, Episode 5 - Water

5/17/2021
Life, death, healing, hydrating, water is all these things - symbolically and literally - and so much more. In this final episode of our Autumn Season of Vignettes, we have invited Natalie Cromb, Hineani Roberts, Nikki Viveca to share with us their thoughts on waves and whirlpools and waterways. Let's dive in...

Duration:00:23:09

Vignettes - Season 2: Autumn, Episode 4 - Skin

5/9/2021
Through season one, we loved bringing readings directly to you from some of our favourite writers. And we’re excited to do it again with Season Two. This time around, we’ll have five new episodes to carry you through leafy Autumn. For this episode, we invited Julia Rose Bak, Hajer Al-awsi and Dzenana Vucic to respond to the theme of Skin. We can’t wait for you to hear what these three incredible artists have in store for Mineral.

Duration:00:19:36

Vignettes - Season 2: Autumn, Episode 3 - Mineral

5/3/2021
Through season one, we loved bringing readings directly to you from some of our favourite writers. And we’re excited to do it again with Season Two. This time around, we’ll have five new episodes to carry you through leafy Autumn. For this episode, we invited Hana Pera Aoake, Maddison Miller and Iris Lee to respond to the theme of Mineral. We can’t wait for you to hear what these three incredible artists have in store for Mineral.

Duration:00:18:42

Vignettes - Season 2: Autumn, Episode 2 - Stick

4/26/2021
Through season one, we loved bringing readings directly to you from some of our favourite writers. And we’re excited to do it again with Season Two. This time around, we’ll have five new episodes to carry you through leafy Autumn. For this episode, we invited Lorna Munro, Harry Reid and Damien Becker to respond to the theme of Stick. We asked them to consider the sticking points of life - from stoking flames to building bridges, and we can’t wait for you to hear what they have in store.

Duration:00:16:11

Vignettes - Season 2: Autumn, Episode 0 - Trailer

4/25/2021
Vignettes, a podcast from the Emerging Writers’ Festival, is back for a second season! Throughout autumn, we’ll hear original readings from artists, responding to themes drawn from the world of nature. Over the next five weeks, we’ll feature emerging writers from all around the continent, working across genres and forms. Our five-part Autumn series begins with Fungi, dropping very soon. Find and subscribe to Vignettes: The EWF Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts, and find out more at...

Duration:00:01:11

Vignettes - Season 2: Autumn, Episode 1 - Fungi

4/19/2021
Through season one, we loved bringing readings directly to you from some of our favourite writers. And we’re excited to do it again with Season Two. This time around, we’ll have five new episodes to carry you through leafy Autumn. This first episode of themed 'Fungi'. We’re so excited to share these reflections of connection, community and weaving with you – with Nardi Simpson and Aisha Trambas.

Duration:00:18:55

Vignettes - Season 1: Summer, Episode 5 (Finale) - Lunar

12/14/2020
Our final episode of the season is Lunar. We asked three artists to ponder the night sky – to turn towards the moon as she hangs, watching over us. Tune in to hear from Lay the Mystic, Prema Arasu and Georgia Kartas as they respond to the theme Lunar.

Duration:00:18:48

Vignettes - Season 1: Summer, Episode 4 - Moth

12/7/2020
For this episode of Vignettes, we invited Yamiko Marama, Vince Ruston and Lou Garcia Dolnik to respond to the prompt “moth” – to share with us the dreams they pin on the wing span of these fluttering friends.

Duration:00:19:44

Vignettes - Season 1: Summer, Episode 3 - Plant

11/30/2020
For our third episode, we’ll hear from artists Jesse Oliver and Jazz Money with their creative responses to the theme, 'Plant'. We invited them to reflect on their connections to the green, moving, breathing things - from houseplants to forest floors - that we are so lucky to co-exist with.

Duration:00:14:29

Vignettes - Season 1: Summer, Episode 2 - Sky

11/23/2020
When you cast your mind up towards the sky, what do you think of? Perhaps you think of clouds, sunsets and shades of blue. Maybe your mind wanders further and reaches for instances of optimism, searching for opportunities and wandering into dream spaces. For this episode, we invited Awale Ahmed, Christy Tan and Ruby Hillsmith to respond to the theme of Sky. We can’t wait for you to hear what they have in store.

Duration:00:20:37

Vignettes - Season 1: Summer, Episode 1 - Grain

11/16/2020
For this first episode, we asked Philip Marri Winzer and Victoria Alondra to respond to the theme of 'Grain'. To us, grain speaks to the smallness of something at its beginning, which is why it felt like a perfect opener for this new podcast. But it’s also sustenance, building, the fibres of being and, of course, going against the grain. We hope you enjoy hearing from these two spectacular artists.

Duration:00:15:09

Vignettes: The Emerging Writers' Festival Podcast (Trailer)

11/11/2020
Presenting Vignettes, the new audio reading podcast series from Emerging Writers’ Festival. Trailer out now! 🎙 Stay tuned over the coming days to get the down-low on what Vignettes is all about. First episode launches Tuesday 17 November. 🎉 Find and subscribe to Vignettes: The EWF Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. Find out more at emergingwritersfestival.org.au.

Duration:00:01:02

#EWF20 Launch: SouthSide Collective

6/23/2020
SouthSide is a project which documents singular moments in the lives of artists, makers and residents of South-East Melbourne (Naarm) and surrounding suburbs. Established in 2016, there are now over 75 stories collected within SouthSide’s pages. Join SouthSide founder Shanice/Sol Fernandez and featured artist Jess Nikitina-Li, as they launch the latest issue of the zine. With Shanice/Sol Fernandez and Jess Nikitina-Li

Duration:00:20:58