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Debut Mondays

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The very first event to run at the Wheeler Centre was a Debut Mondays session – and two years on, we’re as committed as ever to fostering new talent.

Whether it’s meeting Australian literature’s newest wunderkind or hearing a known quantity strike a bold new path, Debut Mondays is your chance to be part of the literary avant-garde.

Each month in the brand new Moat Bar and Café at the Wheeler Centre, we’ll introduce you to a special selection of new voices from across Victoria and beyond, including a special guest in every session from Voiceworks magazine.

With Chris Flynn, Robert Power and Maggie Groff.

Featuring

Maggie Groff

Maggie Groff is the author of two non-fiction books, Mothers Behaving Badly and Hoax Cuisine. She has worked as a columnist for the Fairfax magazine Sunday Life and been published globally by Readers Digest. She lives with her husband in northern New South Wales. Mad Men, Bad Girls and the Guerilla ... Read more

Chris Flynn

Chris Flynn is the author of The Glass Kingdom and A Tiger in Eden, which was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Book Prize. His fiction and non-fiction have appeared in the Age, the Australian, Griffith Review, Meanjin, Australian Book Review, the Saturday Paper, Smith Journal, the Big Issue, Monster... Read more

Robert Power

Robert Power was born in Dublin, worked as a journalist in London and now lives in Melbourne with his wife and his youngest son. He works in the area of HIV prevention at the Burnet Institute and has travelled to all continents as a consultant. He has published over 100 academic journal articles and... Read more

Location

The Moat

176 Little Lonsdale Street Melbourne Victoria 3000

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