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Write-ability and the Deaf Arts Network

Kate Larsen sits watching an Auslan Interpreter

The first Digital Writers Festival (#DWF14) took place online from the 13th to the 24th of February, 2014.

An initiative of the annual Emerging Writers Festival (held in Melbourne), #DWF14 was an online carnival dedicated to what happens when technology and the written word collide.

On the 24th of February, Access2Arts’ upcoming Artist in Residence Kate Larsen (AKA Katie Keys) represented Writers Victoria (where she is the Director!) taking part a session titled In Conversation: Write-ability and the Deaf Arts Network. In the conversation Kate discussed how the world of blogs and writing online can improve accessibility and to promote the work of all writers.

Check out Kate’s recent blogs on writing a poem a day and using twitter to publish your poems.

If you like what you hear and are interested in being part of Kate’s residency, discovering how you can use online resources to get your writing promoted contact  tools contact Access2Arts on 08 8463 1689 or email to info@access2arts.org.au.