BRISBANE: Brisbane Writers Festival 2019

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BRISBANE: Brisbane Writers Festival 2019

Hosted By: BRISBANE: Brisbane Writers Festival 2019

QAGOMA | 5 Sep 2019 10:00 AM

The team at Brisbane Writers Festival aim to connect Queenslanders through story, celebrate leading writers and thinkers from around the world and inspire deep thought and curiosity. For the past 57 years BWF has been bringing communities together to debate, share experiences and celebrate the power and wonder of literature. They present over 150 events at the State Library of Queensland and QAGOMA each year, showcasing brave, intriguing and thought provoking local and international writers to over 20,000 patrons annually.

This year they play host to some incredibly talented authors including some of Hardie Grant’s own:

Tim Costello

Fri 6 Sep 2019

4pm – The Incredible Uplift of Compassion panel discussion with Ben Hobson, Eve L. Ewing and Tim Costello

                Sat 7 Sep 2019

10am – A Lot with a Little, Tim Costello in conversation with Rebecca Levingston

Bob Brown

Fri 6 Sep 2019

2.30pm – Climate change: beyond science panel discussion with Amanda Little, Amanda Niehaus, and Bob Brown

5.30pm – Green Nomads: Wild Places, Bob Brown and Paul Thomas in conversation with Felicity Caldwell


Paul Thomas

Fri 6 Sep 2019

5.30pm – Green Nomads: Wild Places, Bob Brown and Paul Thomas in conversation with Felicity Caldwell

Ginger Gorman

Fri 6 Sep 2019

1pm – Politically Correct panel discussion with Jeff Sparrow, Omar Sakr, Russell Blackford and moderated by Ginger Gorman

Sat 7 Sep 2019

1pm – Extreme panel discussion with Ginger Gorman, Jamil Jivani and Mark Isaacs

4pm – See What You Made Me Do, Jess Hill in conversation with Ginger Gorman

Mark Issacs

Sat 7 Sep 2019

1pm – Extreme panel discussion with Ginger Gorman, Jamil Jivani and Mark Isaacs

Sun 6 Sep 2019

1pm – First They Erased our Name, Habiburahman in conversation with Mark Issacs

You can view the full programme and book your tickets here.