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Lindsay Issue No. 1 Launch Party

Join us beneath the tall, adorned ceilings of Alpha60’s Chapter House store in Melbourne to celebrate Lindsay’s debut print issue and toast to you: our contributors, our readers, our partners and our Pozible supporters, for helping bring this 160-page celebration of the world to life.

Amongst good conversation and the ambience of Josh Cohen at the grand piano, enjoy a glass of Yering Station wine, a Sample pale ale or an Applelachia yuzu lemonade with a piece of Wabi Sabi Salon sushi. Join Lindsay’s founder and editor Beth Wilkinson in conversation with Australian/I-Kiribati writer and Lindsay contributor Marita Davies as they discuss the importance of storytelling in celebrating culture.

Pozible rewards will be available for collection, and of course, magazines and tote bags for purchase. If you can’t make it to the launch, Lindsay Issue No. 1 is now available for pre-order online.

When: Friday 23 March, 6—9pm
Programme: Piano from 6pm, in-conversation from 7pm
Where: Alpha60 Chapter House, Level 2, 195 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Australia
This is a free event and all are welcome: invite friends via Facebook

NGV Art Book Fair

Lindsay is proud to be a part of the fourth Melbourne Art Book Fair at the National Gallery of Victoria alongside many other great international and local publishers.

16—18 March, 2018
National Gallery of Victoria
180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Fair entry: Free

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NGV Book Fair Talk: Print X Digital

Join Lindsay’s founder and editor Beth Wilkinson in conversation with former Broadsheet editorial director Tim Fisher to discuss the current independent magazine landscape and the ongoing debate of print versus digital.

Saturday 17 March, 2018
National Gallery of Victoria, Federation Court
180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Free

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Talking Words: A Conversation Between Editor Erik Jensen and Novelist Anna Snoekstra

To celebrate the value of words in a time when content is increasingly less considered, we’re excited to present a morning conversation between The Saturday Paper’s editor Erik Jensen and Melbourne novelist (and Lindsay contributor) Anna Snoekstra (Only Daughter and Little Secrets) on the art and purpose of writing and editing.

Partnering with Allpress Espresso, this event will take place in their delightful cafe and includes a bottomless cup of freshly brewed Allpress coffee.

All funds raised from this event will go directly towards the costs of Lindsay Issue No. 1. You can purchase a copy of the magazine with your ticket and save $5, or purchase a copy on the morning for $25.

21 April, 2018, 8.30—10am
Allpress Cafe, 80 Rupert Street, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia
Event + coffee: $20 (+ booking fee)
Event + coffee + Lindsay Issue No. 1: $40 (+ booking fee)

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