Kon Karapanagiotidis and Serpil Senelmis

Kon Karapanagiotidis: The Power of Hope

Sunday 18 November 6:30pm – 8:00pm at untitled Literary Festival

Kon Karapanagiotidis is the founder and CEO of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre and his memoir ‘The Power of Hope’ is an argument for putting community, love and compassion at the centre of our lives.

Written & Recorded’s Serpil Senelmis will explore this idea with Kon in a wide-ranging conversation that’s sure to be brimming with passion.

untitled Literary Festival is the City of Stonnington’s annual celebration of words with panel discussions, author talks, writing workshops and live performances.

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Nicole Hayes and Serpil Senelmis

Listen Up: Podcasts and Podcasting

Sunday 18 November 2018 2:00pm – 3:00pm at untitled Literary Festival

What makes a great podcast? Written & Recorded’s Serpil Senelmis joins podcasters Nicole Hayes (The Outer Sanctum podcast) and Carly Findlay (Refreshments Provided podcast) in a panel discussion about podcasting perfection.

untitled Literary Festival is the City of Stonnington’s annual celebration of words with panel discussions, author talks, writing workshops and live performances.

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How to create a podcast

Wednesday 31 October 2018 5:30pm-8:30pm at WeTeachMe

Written & Recorded’s Serpil Senelmis will share the important aspects of podcast creation as part of WeTeachMe’s Masters Series. From technical requirements to editorial judgement, this will be a masterclass built on 20 years of experience in audio production.

Serpil will be joined onstage by Whooshkaa’s Content and Marketing Director Corey Layton for a broader look at the podcasting industry and what the future may hold for audio on demand. Be sure to arrive early for this free event to enjoy complimentary pizza, wine and beer.

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Layla and Majnun from the Melbourne International Arts Festival

Layla and Majnun: A Persian Love Story

Monday 8 October 2018, 6.15pm-7.15pm at The Wheeler Centre

Written & Recorded’s Serpil Senelmis will host a conversation about the ancient love story Layla and Majnun. The ancient tale is being performed as a dance production as part of the Melbourne International Arts Festival.

Joining Serpil onstage for this conversation will be Azerbaijani musicologist Aida Huseynova and Iranian-born author Shokoofeh Azar. Together they’ll explore the legend of Layla and Majnun as part of the Persian storytelling tradition.

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