Write Around the Murray 2021 gets the mark from attendees everywhere | Border mail



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The Albury-Wodonga 15th anniversary of the Write Around the Murray storytelling festival was well received by attendees, organizers said. Festival director Ann-maree Ellis said more than 750 people from across the country have engaged in the various festival events, which have been held online for the second year due to the pandemic. Ms Ellis said a group of regular attendees from Canberra had already sent positive feedback via email. “One of the women said it was the first time her husband was able to participate in the event because he is severely disabled and housebound,” she said. “So she loved being able to share it with him. IN OTHER NEWS:” Anyway, they emailed me again this year and said “WAM 2021 was most enjoyable and like a little lantern burning brightly during the dark weeks of lockdown. ”Ms. Ellis said The Canberra group said the final panel, Seismic Shifts with Delia Falconer and Rick Morton, was amazing. was well placed for the collective vibe and gave us all substance, “she said.” I think we found the right tone and the right mood. “It was clear that people really appreciated the depth, the honesty, the valuation of this moment in time.” Our journalists work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:




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