“There’s more to being queer than coming out and getting married.” Maeve Marsden’s Queerstories events are passionately supported around the country and make their overdue Adelaide debut at Writers’ Week. Queerstories invites a diverse line-up of LGBTQI+ writers to the stage to share an unexpected tale - a reflection on pride, prejudice, love and laughter; on battles fought and lives well lived.
Teddy Dunn is an independent director, theatre maker and dramaturg who graduated from Flinders Drama Centre in 2015 with First Class Honours and a University Medal.
Victoria Falconer is a cabaret performer, multi-instrumentalist, musical director, writer and composer.
Melissa Lucashenko is a multi-award winning Goorie writer who writes passionately about ordinary people and the extraordinary lives they lead. Her new book is Too Much Lip.
Rick Morton is an award-winning journalist and social affairs writer for The Australian. One Hundred Years of Dirt is his first book.
Joelle Taylor is a poet, spoken word artist, playwright and novelist. She is a former UK slam champion and founder and artistic director of the Poetry Society’s national solo youth slam SLAMbassadors UK.
Maeve Marsden is a writer, director, producer and performer. Her anthology Queerstories is a collection of stories from her celebrated storytelling live events.