We are super excited to announce that we have received funding from the Department of Culture and Arts (WA) to work with Sukhjit Khalsa on a transformative performance by artists who identify as South Asian. The project is aimed at enabling women of South Asian heritage to share stories of sexuality, gender suppression and empowerment.
Hosted by Vuma Phiri and Gisele Ishimwe, the AfroHeritage Book Club is a response to the single narrative that continues to limit Africa to dangerous and insulting stereotypes.
These poems are about places that are very special to me. In the recent weeks, I have been reflecting on the many streets I have wandered. I thought a lot about being the same person in different places, or a different person in the same place.
This year, we are very excited to announce that the Centre for Stories has partnered with The Big Issue to present an evening of readings from the 2019 Fiction Edition.