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.

Aurora Digitalis: Art, Practice and the Internet

Released Monday 8 October

Swinburne Microfiction Challenge

FIRST PROMPT RELEASED 9AM AEDT OCTOBER 30

Frankenletter

Daily From 30 October - 3 November

The Pen Pal Project

Tuesday 30 October - Saturday 3 November

Poem Phone

Launches Tuesday 30 October

Jalada x DWF: Diaspora

Launches Tuesday 30 October

HarryBot

Launches Tuesday 30 October

Video Killed The Radio Star

Launches Tuesday 30 October

Earth, Monstrous Body

Launches Tuesday 30 October

Hello Neighbour

LAUNCHES TUESDAY 30 OCTOBER

Monumemento

Launches Tuesday 30 October

Poetry in Motion

Launches Tuesday 30 October

Trust Fall

Launches Tuesday 30 October

A Portrait of The Artist in Twine

Launches Tuesday 30 October

Resonance

Leave us a voicemail before Saturday 3 November to contribute

Room

Launches Tuesday 30 October

Microfiction Clinic

Tuesday 30 October, 12:30pm AEDT

Resistance Online: #MeToo in China

RELEASED TUESDAY 30 OCTOBER

Coded Speech

RELEASED TUESDAY 30 OCTOBER

Opening Night: When Humans and Machines Collaborate (Live Event)

Tuesday October 30th, 6.30pm AEDT

True Crime

RELEASED Wednesday 31 October

Twine Learning

Wednesday 31 October, 12:30pm AEDT

Hyperspace Hustle: Digital Writers’ Rights

RELEASED WEDNESDAY 31 OCTOBER

DWF18 Seminar: Crime Fiction

Wednesday 31 October, 6.30pm AEDT

21 Years of Amazon Reader Reviews: What’s Changed in the Book World and How?

Wednesday 31 October, 7pm AEDT

Jalada x DWF: Diasporic Publication in the Digital Age

RELEASED THURSDAY 1 NOVEMBER

The Other Film Festival: Disability and the Screen

Thursday 1 November, 12:30pm AEDT

Writing Through Isolation

RELEASED THURSDAY 1 NOVEMBER

DWF18 Seminar: Creative Non-Fiction

Thursday 1 November, 6:30pm AEDT

The Politics and Possibilities of Virtual Reality

Thursday 1 November, 7pm AEDT

Queering Narratives

RELEASED FRIDAY 2 NOVEMBER

The Peripatetic Panel: nonfiction as (queer) encounter

Friday 2 November, 10am AEDT

Digital Storytelling for Social Change

Friday 2 November, 12:30pm AEDT

Chronic Illness, Disability and Digital Life

RELEASED FRIDAY 2 NOVEMBER

Small is All: Practising the Future

RELEASED SATURDAY 3 NOVEMBER

DWF18 Seminar: Magical Realism

Saturday 3 November, 11am AEDT

DWF18 Seminar: Call and Response in Poetry

Saturday 3 November, 12:30pm AEDT

Building a World in Binary

Saturday 3 November, 12:30pm AEDT

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