Emerging Writers’ Festival 2011

We applied to be a part of the Emerging Writers’ Festival once again, based on the amazing support we received last year from this festival. The festival is growing each year, but it’s a pleasure to note that they have stayed true to their mission of giving emerging writers and publishers the best chance possible to show their work in a supportive and professional environment. So writers (and book lovers), make the effort. You will be inspired: not just creatively, but professionally,  it’s more accessible than you think!

WHAT: We will be an exhibitor at Page Parlour. Immerse yourself in some of the best independent, underground, obscure and locally produced publications. We have also been invited to a Small Press Social ( invite only) hosted by Ampersand Magazine’s Alice Gage. More connections to be made to inspire us to feature more amazing writing!

WHEN: Sunday, 5th of June 12pm – 5pm

WHERE:The Atrium @ Federation Square

See you there.

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About deathofascenester

death of a scenester is an independent publication aiming to publish quality writing with a real voice. death of a scenester will maintain a gritty, punk, DIY underground edge but will also uphold a slicker style. Its ethos is that it would like to strike the ground squarely between a gritty grass-roots zine publication that promotes the total freedom of artistic and individual expression and Realpolitik (pragmatic, honest, controversial) type publications, which have articles and opinion pieces that refer to the generation gap, music, art, immigration, and counter-cultural activities.
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