- Are portions of the festival available via livestreaming and/or recorded video and audio?
- What would locals like visitors to know about Byron Bay?
About the festival: The annual Byron Writers Festival is Australia’s largest and leading regional celebration of storytelling, literature and ideas. Each year we present more than 150 sessions during Festival Week and attract an audience of approximately 12,000 people (or 70,000 individual attendances) in the stunning surrounds of Byron Bay.
The Festival line-up includes 140 predominantly Australian writers and thinkers who together challenge, entertain and share their stories, inspirations and insights.
Byron Writers Festival is renowned for its relaxed atmosphere and for delivering a diverse program of stimulating and entertaining conversations that celebrate storytelling in all its forms. We aim to bring writers together in an environment that nurtures and invigorates them as much as it does our audience.
The Saturday Paper
Today at 10am at the Byron Writers Festival, I'll be chairing the panel session: "Why are Voters so Disaffected?" Come and join me and a whole basket of deplorables! 😉 You'll find us in the Saturday Paper Marquee. #byronwf2019 @bbwritersfest @RadioNational pic.twitter.com/7hXcDySsKJ
— Antony J Funnell (@antonyjfunnell) August 1, 2019
Excited to be going to #byronwritersfestival #byronwf2019 tomorrow to talk about Diving into Glass @penguinrandom & my life back in Oz & work & impact @museumsvictoria. Thrilled for this opportunity to speak publicly & look forward to seeing you there!
— Caro Llewellyn (@CaroLlewellyn) July 30, 2019
Will we see you at #byronwritersfestival next weekend?
Check out our @bbwritersfest events ft. contributors to #WritingtheCountry and #TheNewDisruptors right here, and join us for some wide-ranging, hard-hitting discussions! #byronwf2019 https://t.co/eYExt0DUVF
— Griffith Review (@GriffithReview) July 27, 2019
Heading to @bbwritersfest this weekend? Check out some stellar headlines at the #SouthernCrossUniversity Marquee, including @MrKRudd, @leighsales and Uncle Jack Charles. Read more https://t.co/E97VhwxKzD #byronwf2019 pic.twitter.com/V9VoYIUypx
— Southern Cross University (@SCUonline) July 30, 2019
Byron Bay Writers Festival