2016 – FWF in the news

An inaugural event: Feminist Writers Festival – Matt Marasco, Upstart (26 August 2016)

Recharging Your Inner Femmo: An interview with the founders of the Feminist Writers Festival – Stefanie Italia, Kill Your Darlings (16 August 2016)

Feminist Writers Festival – Q&A with Liz Conor, Feminartsy (9 August 2016)

Who are the new feminist writers? – Brooke Boland, ArtsHub (9 August 2016)

Overland at the Feminist Writers Festival – Overland (4 August 2016)

Feminist Writers Festival – Q&A with Ailsa Wild, Feminartsy (1 August 2016)

Melbourne Writers Festival 2016 Program Announced – Kirsty Sier, Broadsheet Melbourne (20 July 2016)

Melbourne Writers Festival – Rose Johnstone, Time Out (20 July 2016)

Feminist Writers Festival – Q&A with Fiona Wright, Feminartsy (18 July 2016)

Feminist Writers Festival – Q&A with Amy Middleton, Feminartsy (13 July 2016)

This Australian Writers Festival Is Amplifying The Modern Generation Of Feminist Literary Voices – Girl Talk HQ (1 July 2016)

Feminist Writers Festival – Q&A with Nikki Anderson, Feminartsy (28 June 2016)

Feminist Writers Festival line-up announced – Books & Publishing (24 June 2016)

Feminist writers start their own festival in Australia: the world needs more of these – Rashmi Patel, scroll.in (5 June 2016)

SCU academic unites authors at inaugural Feminist Writers Festival, SCU Online (June 2016)

Gloria Steinem sells out in Sydney, and feminists start a festival of their own – Susan Wyndham, Sydney Morning Herald (12 May 2016)

Feminist Writers Festival announced for Melbourne – Books & Publishing (10 May 2016)

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