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April 12, 2021

Spellbound at the Byron Bay Writers Festival

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3 COMMENTS

  1. As usual the Byron Writers Festival was food for the mind and balm for the soul. Such a treat to have so many stimulating, mind expanding, moving, poignant and funny ideas and experiences so generously shared.
    Three days of bliss!

  2. It should be called the Listener’s Festival! I sat in the sunshine on the grass listening to Malcolm Fraser with the other hundreds. It was quite something to sit with so many silent, engaged people. Thanks for the vid Shazza, so glad you were there too.

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