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Thu 13 May (ongoing) · 11–11:30am
Join our Deadly Threads showcase curator or special guest tour guide and have a yarn about where we found all those shirts.
Fri 7 May (ongoing) · 4–8pm
State Library is the home of Brisbane Writers Festival. Book now for an incredible program of writers, thinkers, dreamers, and artists.
CJ will be in a conversation with Emeritus Professor Suzi Derbyshire, a discussion that is guaranteed to be challenging, frank and inspiring.
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