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The Prophecy

The Prophecy

By Grind 2013 | Thursday, 27 June | No Comment

There once lived a wizard with an enormous beard. The beard was soft as down, and went all the way to his knees. One day the wizard went to a castle. The castle was magnificent. While he was at the castle he accidentally enchanted his beard and it began to talk. His beard sang mystical […]

Lib-Con: The Comic Con for Darwin

Lib-Con: The Comic Con for Darwin

By Kelsy Belgrave and Ellen Kearle | Friday, 5 April | No Comment

Have you ever, ever wanted to go to ComicCon in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide? Have you ever felt disappointed that it will probably NEVER come to Darwin? Well, YOU’RE IN LUCK! As a part of LAUNCH for Youth Week, Darwin City Libraries are hosting Comic Action! Comic Action is a social event for the […]

It was Dark…

It was Dark…

Friday, 14 September | No Comment

“GRINDers unify their creativity to create a masterpiece like nothing ever seen before. A man, with regrets becomes a women with a cat. She faints into a dark abyss only to be alarmingly awoken to the ultimate truth of the universe. The quintessential meaning of existence.”

Word from the yard – Opinions of NAP Tests

Word from the yard – Opinions of NAP Tests

Monday, 20 August | No Comment

Krshna, takes it to the yard, and get the low down on the NAP tests.

The 2012 John Marsden Prize for Young Australian Writers

The 2012 John Marsden Prize for Young Australian Writers

Tuesday, 14 August | No Comment

Express Media and John Marsden are pleased to announce that entries are now open for Australia’s foremost literary competition for young writers: The 2012 John Marsden Prize for Young Australian Writers.

Japan – Kingdom of Characters!

Japan – Kingdom of Characters!

Thursday, 28 June | Comments Off

   

Evening Talk with Ros Moriarty

Evening Talk with Ros Moriarty

Wednesday, 27 June | No Comment

Wednesday 27 June 5:15pm Northern Territory Library, Parliament House The National Year of Reading initiative ‘Our Story’, saw every state and territory around the country voting on a shortlist of books aiming to find one book from each state and territory. A collection of eight books that, when read together, describes the Australian experience and what […]

This June is National Young Writers’ Month!

This June is National Young Writers’ Month!

Friday, 20 May | 4 Comments

June has been declared National Young Writers Month by Australian literary organisation Express Media. NYWM is a new initiative by the organisation to get young people to start writing by forming a community of young writers and setting aside July as a month for people to set and achieve a ‘goal’. Here’s how it works […]

Applications Open For Write In Your Face Grants

Applications Open For Write In Your Face Grants

By Liam | Monday, 9 May | No Comment

Applications are open for Express Media’s ‘Write In Your Face’ program. From the website: “Each year Express Media gives young people, or people working with young people, the chance to apply to Write in Your Face, a program of support funded by the Literature Board of the Australia Council . In 2011, Express Media once […]

Libraries are cool… No, Seriously!

Libraries are cool… No, Seriously!

By Lang | Wednesday, 19 January | One Comment

If you need something to do this last week of the school holidays or want to chill somewhere or want to learn hip hop, head down to your local library! Run by Indigenous Hip Hop Projects, interstate hip hop artists B-boy Pac Man and B-boy Ninja are running free Hip Hop workshops. To check it […]

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