Sex, sex, sex… and celebrity. Not all storytelling is about boarding schools, bloodsuckers and bow-slinging lady killers. In this adults-only night of fantastical tales, anything goes. Four writers share a short piece of self-penned smut about a celebrity or fictional character in Erotic Fan Fiction – a crowd favourite and unstoppable cultural phenomenon.
Hosted by Eddie Sharp, our smouldering lineup comprises Clementine Ford, Declan Greene, Catherine Deveny and Andrew Denton. Hot!
Andrew Denton is widely recognised as one of Australian media's genuinely creative forces.
Clementine Ford is a Melbourne-based writer, speaker and feminist thinker. She is a columnist for Fairfax’s Daily Life and is a regular contributor to the Age and Sydney Morning Herald. Through her twice-weekly columns for Daily Life, Clementine explores issues of gender inequality and pop culture. Fight Like a Girl is her first book.
Declan Greene is a writer and theatre-maker based in Melbourne. His plays include A Black Joy and Moth, and have been produced at the Malthouse, Sydney Opera House, and Brisbane Powerhouse.
Eddie Sharp is a writer, comedian and the founder of Erotic Fan Fiction. He has a weekly comedy show on FBi Radio. He is performing his new hour of comedy 'Big Time Magic' at The Melbourne Comedy Festival from March 24th to April 17th.
Catherine Deveny has been a comedian, writer and professional speaker for 23 years.
She’s the author of seven books and over 1,000 columns for the Age newspaper, and is an ABC regular. She has appeared on Q&A five times — sitting next to John Elliott, Tony Abbott, Corey Bernardi, Peter Dutton and Archbishop Peter Jensen.