This walk invites members of the public to encounter the rich and diverse literary history of the river through situated readings of poetry, prose and local history.
It will begin at the James Belsar Reserve and proceed along the river for a distance of 1.3km, concluding with the opportunity for coffee and conversation at Spoons Riverside cafe.
This event is part of the Reading in the the Mallee research project which is sponsored by the the Swan Hill Regional Library, Deakin University and RMIT University.
|When:||Sunday, 21 March 2021|
|Time:||10:30 am – 12:00 pm|
|Where:||James Belsar Reserve. Swan Hill-Moulamein Rd. Swan Hill, VIC 3585|
Organiser: Reading in the Mallee. Brigid Magner (RMIT University), Emily Potter and Torika Bolatagici (Deakin University) are arts researchers who are coordinating the Reading in the Mallee project which aims to raise awareness of the richness of Mallee literature.