The first event ever to run at the Wheeler Centre was a Debut Mondays session, and two years
on we’re just as committed 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 discover some great new writing.
Each month we’ll introduce you to a selection of new voices from across Victoria and beyond,
including a special guest in every session from Voiceworks magazine.
This year Debut Mondays has moved to the Wheeler Centre’s new cafe/bar the MOAT. So pop in, grab a drink and enjoy the stories.
With Ruby Murray, Lisa Jacobson, Madeleine Griffeth and The Australian/Vogel’s Literary Award Winner 2012, Paul D. Carter.
Madeleine Griffeth is an aspiring writer from Melbourne. She has had stories published in Voiceworks magazine and was the winner of the Melbourne University Student Union’s ‘Above Water’ creative writing competition in 2009 and the John Marsden Prize for Young Australian Writers in 2011. She i... Read more
Lisa Jacobson’s verse novel, The Sunlit Zone, has just been released by Five Islands Press (May, 2012). The manuscript was shortlisted for the 2009 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award. An earlier poetry collection, Hair & Skin & Teeth (Five Islands Press, 1995) was shortlisted for the Nat... Read more
Ruby J Murray is a writer and researcher whose work appears regularly in Australian magazines, journals and newspapers. Her first novel, Running Dogs, is out now through Scribe. Ruby is a regular moderator and host at public events and writers festivals including the Melbourne Writers Festival, the ... Read more
Paul D. Carter is a writer and teacher from Melbourne, and winner of the Australian/Vogel’s Literary Award 2012. Paul D. Carter spent much of his youth going to Collingwood football matches with his Dad and brother, Marcus. In 2001, Paul completed a Bachelor of Arts with honours from Deakin Univer... Read more
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