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Stream #adlww from home

For the first time, Writers’ Week gives you the opportunity to experience some of our events from the comfort of your own home. Exploiting the COVID-related presence of screens and cameras in the Garden required to stream in our international guests, we have curated a series of twelve sessions that can be viewed online at home across the week. Tickets for the Curated Dozen, that include many of our headline authors as well as some of our more provocative and inspiring discussions, must be purchased in advance. Events can then be viewed live from anywhere in the world from their scheduled start for up to 48 hours thereafter.

Tickets are available on a Pay What You Can basis via the event page of each session, with a recommended price of $15 per event, with anything more gratefully received as generous support of Adelaide Writers’ Week during these challenging times for the arts.

THE VIRUS IS HERE with Emily St. John Mandel and Laura Jean McKay
Saturday 27 Feb, 10:45am

KNOW HER PLACE with Kate Manne
Saturday 27 Feb, 12pm

HAMNET with Maggie O’Farrell
Sunday 28 Feb, 9:30am

THE FUTURE IS NOW with William Gibson
Sunday 28 Feb, 2:30pm

WHITHER AUSTRALIAN LEADERSHIP? with Katharine Murphy and Laura Tingle
Sunday 28 Feb, 3:45pm

THE RISE OF INDEPENDENT MEDIA with Peter Fray, Margaret Simons and Michael West
Tuesday 2 Mar, 2:30pm

QUIVERING ON THE CUSP with Naoise Dolan and Jessie Tu
Wednesday 3 Mar, 9:30am

WHAT ARE YOU GOING THROUGH? with Sigrid Nunez
Wednesday 3 Mar, 12pm

TWILIGHT OF DEMOCRACY with Anne Applebaum
Wednesday 3 Mar, 1.15pm

LAND OF MATES AND FAVOURS with Richard Denniss, Cameron Murray and Marian Wilkinson
Wednesday 3 Mar, 2:30pm

REFRAMING THE CLASSICS with Natalie Haynes
Thursday 4 Mar, 9:30am

THE LONELY CENTURY with Noreena Hertz
Thursday 4 Mar, 5pm

The streamed events featuring Anne Applebaum, William Gibson and Maggie O’Farrell are presented in partnership with the Wheeler Centre.

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