Public Projects & Programs

Listen to writers talk about their process. Explore the intersection of theory and practice with artists examining race, gender and sexuality through a critical lens. Uncover the youthful writings of well-known authors.

The School of the Arts and Media hosts a number of projects and programs open to the public. We invite you to join us. 

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Juvenilia Press

Each volume of the Juvenilia Press series, besides the text by the young author, includes light-hearted illustration, scholarly annotation, and an introduction that relates this work to the author's mature writing. Students both graduate and undergraduate contribute largely to this series, working under the direction of established specialists in the area.

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Live Crossings

Live Crossings is an online open-access magazine of creative practice and live performance events supporting the work of refugee and Indigenous writers and performers.   

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UNSWriting brings together the flow of ideas and high calibre writing and connects writers, publishers and students through special events, workshops and public talks. Immerse yourself in the writing community with our regular events, or catch up on past events with our podcasts. 

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