Program

DWF is an online festival dedicated to making conversations around writing craft more accessible, as well as exploring the unique ways that technology and storytelling influence each other. Check out the commissioned creative work, interactive projects, seminars, live streams and the DWF Podcast.

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Swinburne Microfiction Challenge

PROMPTS RELEASED DAILY AT 9AM AEDT

Urban Internet Myths
2222
Receipt Poetry
crip intimacy & digital detritus
House

Launches Tuesday 29 October

Where the Ending Starts
Missives
Wormhole: An Exquisite Digital Corpse
ML Tools for Writers

Launches Tuesday 29 October

Ghostspotting
Representing Criminalisation
The Future of Truth
Ex-stream-ly Online: exploring Express Media’s Toolkits Program
Freedom Skybox
Tiny Ghost TinyLetter

Released Daily from 29 October - 2 November

Performing Ibadah: Prophesies of Islam
#BeingEnough Digital Assignments

Assignments released daily across the festival dates

Sitting

1-2pm, daily throughout the festival

Creativity Inside the Machine
Ignite Digital Exhibition
Microfiction Clinic

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líneas en tierra / lines in land
Daily Write-In

Running every day of the festival, 2-4pm AEDT

Decoding Digital Storytelling with Rory Green

Webinar: Tuesday 29 October, 6:30 pm AEDT

Workshop: Thursday 31 October, 7:00 pm AEDT

Remaking Libraries

Released Wednesday 30 October

Untitled Goose Game

LIVESTREAM: Wednesday 30 OCTOBER, 11AM AEDT

The Bogong Spoken Word: Blaktivism

RELEASED Wednesday 30 OCTOBER

Surrealist Writing with Manisha Anjali

Webinar: Wednesday 30 October, 6:30 pm AEDT

Workshop: Saturday 2 November, 11:30 am AEDT

Literature and Trauma

Released Thursday 31 October

The Racial Imaginary

Released Thursday 31 October

Digital Archives and Disruption

Livestream: Thursday 31 October, 11am AEDT

Intimacy and Audio with Mitra Kaboli

Webinar: Thursday 31 October, 11:30am AEDT

ML Tools: Under the Hood

Livestream: Thursday 31 October, 4-4:45pm AEDT

The Future of Labour

RELEASED Friday 1 November

Read to Love

RELEASED Friday 1 November

The Great Fire

Livestream: Friday 1 November, 12:30-1:15pm AEDT

Machine Learning and Creative Futures

Livestream: Friday 1 November, 2-2:45pm

Ghosts of the Digital Age

IRL Event & Livestream: Friday 1 November, 7:00pm AEDT

Future Echoes: Critical Conversations

Released Saturday 2 November

Telescope: Live Play

Saturday 2 November, 11:00am & 12:00pm AEDT

Goodbye! Hello again! EWF 2020 info session

LIVESTREAM: Saturday 2 November, 4pm AEDT

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