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Dog-Eared Readings hits the Hills supported by Council

Dog-Eared Readings hosted a captivating literary event in Stirling, supported by Council, with more events in the works.

Dog Eared Readings Stirling Hotel

Dog-Eared Readings hits the Hills supported by Council

Adelaide Hills Council, supported Dog Eared Readings on Wednesday 7 February 2024 with the successful start of more literary events to come.

Held at the picturesque upstairs venue of The Terrace at the Stirling Hotel, it drew an enthusiastic crowd of 100 attendees, setting the stage for an engaging evening of literary exploration.

Dog-Eared Readings, known for their innovative approach to literary engagements, aim to redefine Adelaide's literary landscape with their promise of "an evening of high-calibre readings and discussion."

This curated series aims to bridge the gap between poetry and prose, bringing together practitioners from both realms for thought-provoking conversations and enriching discussions.

The highlight of the evening was a captivating conversation between distinguished guest writer Pip Williams and prize-winning author Rebekah Clarkson. The event also featured readings by acclaimed writers Molly Murn and Corrie Hosking, further enhancing the literary experience for attendees.

Keep an eye out as more literary events grace the Hills, including Winter Words which will return this June, July, and August, promising a series of exceptional literary events that are not to be missed.

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