Boundless 2017 in the Media
Asymptope Journal, Dispatch from Boundless 2017
Cultural Omnivore, Brave and Boundless
Written in Wonder, Boundless Festival recap
Whispering Gums, Monday Musings on Australian literature: the Boundless Festival
FBi Agenda, interview with Julie Koh
Timeout Sydney, things to do listing
The AU Review, Benjamin Law talks Boundless Festival, Australian Lit, Agony Aunts and Plebiscites
SBS Online, This new festival will celebrate Australia’s literary diversity
Books + Publishing, festival announcement
Books + Publishing, program announcement
The Daily Telegraph, Boundless Festival first to focus on indigenous, multicultural writers
Canterbury-Bankstown Express, Land of Boundless Talent
Jason Nahrung, Australian Literary Festival Calendar
Wai Chim, author of 2017 CBCA Notable book, Freedom Swimmer and the Chook Chook Series for children, talks to WestWords’ producer Michelle Rickerby and shares her thoughts on being a writer, working with western Sydney kids and The Boundless Festival. On being a...
Bankstown Youth Development Service (BYDS) is an organisation that has helped shape the culture of Bankstown. For over 25 years, BYDS has supported the scores of communities that call Bankstown and its surrounds home, executing over 500 projects across a range of art...
Sheila Pham talks to playwrights and actors Andrea James, Disapol Savetsila, Aanisa Vylet and Jenevieve Chang. Many Australians can recall singing ‘God Save the Queen’, hand on heart, while facing a stage. As a colonial outpost, Anglo-Australian society often looked...
CuriousWorks is an organisation working to support creators of diverse backgrounds and will present their work at Boundless. When you walk down the streets of Cabramatta, Liverpool or Parramatta, are you struck by their vibrant cultural diversity? Is that the...
Michael Mohammed Ahmad is director of Sweatshop, one of the key Boundless partners. I grew up in Western Sydney at a time when the communities in my region, particularly the communities of non-English speaking backgrounds such as Arab, African, Pasifika and...
Ellen van Neerven talks to Indigenous writers Louisa Badayala, Evelyn Araluen Corr, Emma Hicks and Oscar Monaghan According to Bundjalung educator, Maddee Clark, Indigenous writers write relationally — they are inspired by each other, their writing talks to each...
The NSW Writers’ Centre and Bankstown Arts Centre are proud to announce the launch of the first-ever festival focused on Indigenous and culturally diverse Australian writers and writing. Featuring well known writers and exciting new voices, the inaugural...