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Overland at the Melbourne Writers Festival

Overland is celebrating its sixtieth anniversaryat the Melbourne Writers’ Festival.

PASSING BELLS: WORLD WAR ONE POETRY

 

The terrible grief of World War One gave rise to poetry of intense emotion and poignancy. Remembering the Great War poets, writers and performers read and reflect, curated by ‍Overland editor Jeff Sparrow. With Simon Armitage, Maxine Beneba Clarke, Alison Croggon, First Dog on the Moon, Sian Prior, Mark Seymour, Sigrid Thornton and Richard Stubbs.

Sun 31 Aug, 2pm. St Michael’s Uniting Church. Price: $22/$19

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