August 28, 2014
Last Saturday, Melbourne writer Mel Campbell hosted an event of her creation, the Mid-List Author Soiree, at MWF. It was built around Mel wanting to bring together writers like she is: people who write for a living but aren’t blockbuster successes. Or, in other words, almost all working writers.
August 22, 2014
The Melbourne Writers Festival Hub this is Optic Kitchen and Bar at Federation Square. As of today it’s decked out in MWF 2014’s gorgeous vibrant-without-jarring yellow banners and flags and posters and custom cut booth covers. Kudos to whoever came up with the booth covers. They look awesome. I’ve spent a lot of time at […]
May 12, 2014
The other day I started a business. I now have an event management consultancy called Scribble Creative.
April 4, 2012
Yesterday, for the first time in a few weeks I took a look at the draft program for the Emerging Writers’ Festival. I don’t know how much we’re revealing about it before the program launch on 4 May, so I’m just going to say this: Holy shit, I love this festival. On the 2012 program so […]
February 24, 2012
Hermit crab shells are running out. Luckily we have 3D printers! An amazing, dreamy iPad book. Some scientors grew a flower from one that’s been frozen for 32,000 years. Property foreclosures are happening to successful Hollywood types. Journalists died when the Syrian government bombed its own people. JK Rowling is writing a book that’s meant for adults. […]
October 21, 2011
Want to come hang out with me and a six pack of cider on Sunday night while appreciating a super cool projection installation? The work opened in April at Michael Koro Galleries at 110 Franklin Street in the city and the artist is setting it up for one night only to get some extra footage. Sunset […]
October 10, 2011
Ian Fry’s presentation came out of a discussion that happened at actKM 2010 in Canberra and its theme was “toughen up”. He says knowledge management professionals aren’t hard enough on themselves, especially regarding measuring their results. Apparently it’s common to say that knowledge and its management is immeasurable. Ian says that is weak. More on […]