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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Quarantine Q&A : Pip Williams
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    y separately published work icon Feminist Writers Festival Melbourne : The Feminist Writers Festival , 2016- 19771775 2016 website interview

    Publishes interviews and essays on the subject of women's writing. 

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, they increased their online publishing schedule as a response to the absence of in-person events, and published a series of interviews called 'Quarantine Q&A'.

    According to their website:

    We haven’t jumped into staging virtual events (although we have been enjoying them!). Instead we’ve been turning our attention to other ways we can help: promoting books and authors that won’t get to enjoy the regular book launch environment, and trying to get income to writers by publishing more here on the FWF website.

    So we’ve been supporting the community by promoting virtual book events and new releases through Instagram reviews and our 'Quarantine Q&As' with authors, doing a weekly wrap on the best feminist writing around on Facebook. We’ve launched a fundraising campaign #PayTheWriters through which we’ll commission more fresh feminist writing to continue pushing the feminist agenda, providing great reading, and paying some writers.

    Source: Feminist Writers Festival.

    Melbourne : The Feminist Writers Festival , 2016-
    Note: Posted 10 June 2020.
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