On this website six Albury writers bring you stories from our region — from the mountains, the farms, the communities. There will be history, cultural notes, reviews, short fiction. Maybe even some poetry.
Our title, Riparian, means relating to or situated on the banks of a river. It also refers to the parts of the river that lie under the water.
The Write Around the Murray (WAM) writers' festival is coming up on the 15th-18th September 2021. Ticket bookings now open.
A factory full of women... and untold stories... herstories...
This poem is a response to four of Joy Hester's images of girls currently on display at Heide Museum of Modern Art.
Sally Denshire's poem ‘A lineage of ecologies’ celebrates LeAnne Vincent's award-winning art work 'Flourish'. Vincent's Artist's Statement follows the poem.
“I willingly followed Baker as she skilfully led me away from the actual killer and entangled me in a web of deceit and half-truths. … haunting.”
A new novel from Riparian author, Jane Downing. Looking for a Book Club book? Here's a question to start with: what would you be willing to give up for love?
a poem by Sally Denshire published in 2019 in fourW thirty NEW WRITING Pearl
A transcript of a talk I gave at this event in Beechworth on the 12th March. The event was a partnership between Women's Health Goulburn North East and The Wheeler Centre. They asked me to speak to the question "What would the historical timeline look like if women were included?" In 1956, Kylie Tennant… Continue reading Women at the Edge: History and Beyond
Walking around Albury, locals and visitors alike have probably noticed an explosion of public art.
DIE LIKE A KELLY is the Microflix adaptation of my Microfiction, ON THE HOUR