Writers on Mondays: Writing the Unspeakable - Danyl McLaughlan and Giovanni Tiso
In the aqe of the blog, how is the written word received, rated and disseminated? Does worldwide and instantaneous access to writing put new pressures on the writer? Danyl McLaughlan and Giovanni Tiso have earned themselves hordes of online followers with their respective blogs, The Dim Post and Bat, Bean, Beam, and now McLaughlan has moved into the world of print with his novel Unspeakable Secrets of the Aro Valley. Join chair Dave Armstrong to hear them talk the tech, speak the unspeakable, and more.
Writers on Mondays is a series of free events run by the International Institute of Modern Letters between July and October each year, highlighting the latest work of writers active in Wellington and further afield.
The 2013 programme is presented with the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, and with additional support from Circa Theatre and the Melbourne Writers Festival.
Events run on Mondays from 12.15 - 1.15pm at Te Papa, unless otherwise noted. Entry is free; all welcome. Please note that no food may be taken onto the Te Papa Marae.