Coming up at Muse
Join us as we celebrate the launch of The Legal Protection of Refugees with Disabilities, a ground-breaking book that focuses on the ‘forgotten refugees’ – people with disabilities who have crossed borders in search of protection from disaster or human conflict.
“Alice” has been read, enjoyed, and savored by generations of children and adults since first publication. It’s hallucinogenic, weird, imaginative and full of word play, mathematic puzzles, and political and social satire.
In Danger Music, Eddie takes us through the bombs and chaos of Kabul, into the lives of the Afghan children who are transported by Bach, Abba, Beethoven and their own exhilarating Afghan music. Alongside these epic experiences, Emma determines to take the final steps to secure her own peace; she becomes the man always there inside - Eddie.
Join us for a special Bipartisan with these fascinating writers and individuals for insight into the writing process, as well as the stories we share and the ones we keep to ourselves.
In this intensive workshop, author and editor Jessica Friedmann shares practical tips and personal advice about life-writing, memoir, and what it means to tell your own story. Draw on your personal experiences to create a well-honed narrative; discuss the personal and political act of writing while female; and explore the practicalities of finessing, editing and pitching personal writing.
What do you get when you ask a prominent someone twenty rapid-fire, unrehearsed questions? Truth, dare, obfuscation or heartfelt honesty? We’re hoping for a bit of all of these when we meet the Hon Linda Burney MP for Question Time.
Join remarkable Freeman Vineyards principal winemaker Brian Freeman for an Italian-inspired long lunch, as we settle in for an afternoon featuring some exceptional. award-winning Italian-origin wines. Molto bene!
With 2017 the unofficial Year of the Nasty Woman, join us to discuss how expectations for women are changing, how we are challenging and rejecting gender roles, and learning to give up being so damn nice. Hear from three amazing creative women from different fields, about how they and their work have been politicised and criticised – but also applauded.
Over nearly 40 years as a journalist and foreign correspondent, Hugh Riminton has been shot at, blown up, threatened with deportation and thrown in jail. Join him to hear about his extraordinary life as he launches his memoir Minefields: A life in the news game.