Join us for an evening of readings from some of Australia and the UK's brightest minds.
Come through for an all-star lineup including:
When: Saturday 8 September, 6-8pm.
Where: Freda’s, 107-109 Regent Street, Chippendale, Sydney, Australia 2008
How much: Free entry.
We’ll be collecting donations on the night for Grandmothers Against Removals.
Drinks and food available.
The event is All Ages but minors must be accompanied by an adult.
Books & zines: We’ll be selling books and zines by local and interstate comrades. If you’d like to sell some of your own books or zines, get in touch: hello[at]subbed[dot]in
Alison Whittaker is a Gomeroi poet and law scholar from Gunnedah. Her second book, BLAKWORK, is a collection of poetry, reportage and fiction out in September with Magabala. Alison was a Fulbright recipient at Harvard Law School where she was named Dean’s Scholar in Race, Gender and Criminal Law.
Linda Stupart is an artist, writer, and educator from Cape Town, South Africa. They completed their PhD at Goldsmiths in 2016, with a project engaged in new considerations of objectification and abjection. They are interested in the possibilities for writing and making discrete grounded encounters with different kinds of bodies (of knowledge, objects, affect as well as corporeal bodies) as a way to think through less alienated ways of living and thinking together. This comes out of encounters with feminist art, postcolonial, ecological, queer and affect theory as well as embodied and object-based critical institutional encounters.
Kate Iselin is a writer and sex worker. Her work has appeared in Penthouse, The Guardian, The Saturday Paper, and at her own blog, Thirty Dates of Tinder. Kate writes a column for news.com.au every Saturday talking about dating and sex.
Munawwar Abdulla is a scientist and Uyghur activist with a passion for raising awareness about East Turkistan, searching for cures to pain, and staying sane through writing poetry. You can read some of Munawwar's poetry over at Subbed In's lit mag imprint, Ibis House.
Marlee Silva is a 22 year old Kamilaroi woman from the Sutherland Shire. She is currently fretting over completing her Honours at UTS and recently had her first short story published in Anita Heiss' anthology, 'Growing Up Aboriginal in Australia.' Self described as sometimes a writer, always a fighter, Marlee mostly produces stuff around culture, family and everything that makes her mad. You can read some of Marlee's poetry over at Subbed In's lit mag imprint, Ibis House.
Naif Jamie is a Trans Femme Hottie (they/them) and nurse who makes music with Sports Bra and New Mutant.
Anjali Roberts is an aspiring writer who also works in community cultural development. Her folklores span India’s east (west Bengal) and Sydney’s west. In 2015 she co-authored Handmade for Palmera, telling stories of survival and loss through food from women in Sri Lanka.
Jason Gray is Mauritian-Australian from Western Sydney and writes mainly fiction and poetry.
Eda Gunaydin is a Turkish-Australian writer interested in diaspora, class and trauma. She has been a Scribe Non-Fiction Prize finalist, Neilma Sidney Literary Fund recipient, and appeared in publications including The Lifted Brow, Meanjin, and Voiceworks.
JZ Ting is an Asian-Australian geek, lawyer, and writer. She has lived on four continents but stays for Sydney's beaches. Online, she lurks in spec-fic/fandom corners and tweets @ting_jz
Subbed In takes place on the stolen land of the Gadigal Wangal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge this land was never ceded, sold, or given up. Always was and always will be Aboriginal land.
Access: Access: Access to the venue is at street level and inside is a wide flat area. Access to Down / Under Space is down a flight of stairs. If you require assistance with access or if you know somebody attending who requires assistance please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Community: This is a safer spaces event and as such there is zero tolerance for inappropriate behaviour of any kind.
About Subbed In: Subbed In is an independent literary organisation and small press. Subbed In provides a platform to amplify underrepresented voices, facilitating grassroots support for young and emerging writers to achieve publication or performance. As well as running a regular reading series, Subbed In also publishes books and an online lit mag, Ibis House.
About Freda’s: Freda’s is a bar and creative space in Chippendale with a commitment to showcasing emerging artists, musicians & DJs.
See youse there!
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