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Literary Youth Festival

Tuesday 11th April / presented by Jane Hebiton

The festival aims to create opportunities for young aspiring writers and nourish a literary movement.; seeking to raise the voices of young poets, bloggers, playwrights, graphic novelists and performers aged 12 to 26.

Co-director Maddy Godfrey joined us to talk about this first youth led literature event in Western Australia.

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