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Adelaide Writers' Week hopes to create an accessible Festival for all to enjoy.

On this page you will find a Text Only version of the 2022 Adelaide Writers' Week Program, an Audio Guide and a list of sessions that will be Auslan Interpreted.

The Pioneer Women's Memorial Garden site is wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair recharge station and assistance dog water stations available.

Access information for all events can be found in the Access Guide located on the General Access Page. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding access, please contact us.




Text Only AWW22 Program

Download the Writers' Week text only guide



AWW22 Audio Guide


Sessions with Auslan Interpreting


Saturday 5 March

Scary Monsters, Michelle de Kretser
9.30am, East Stage

How Fast Things Fall, Kevin Rudd and Malcolm Turnbull
12pm, East Stage

Comrades in Words, Christos Tsiolkas and Charlotte Wood
1.15pm, West Stage

Apples Never Fall, Liane Moriarty
2.30pm, East Stage


Kids' Day

My Favourite Story with Mem Fox
11am, Torrens Tent 

Real Pigeons series by Andrew McDonald and Ben Wood
11.50am, Torrens Tent

Story Trove: Littlelight by Kelly Canby
12.30am, Torrens Tent 

Felice Arena
2pm, Torrens Tent 


Sunday 6 March

Sweet Jimmy, Bryan Brown
10.45am, East Stage

With the Falling of the Dusk, Stan Grant
1.15, East Stage 

This Campus Life, Diana Reid and Indyana Schneider
3.45pm, West Stage

Holding the Hose, Richard Flanagan
5pm, East Stage


Monday 7 March

The Artful Dickens, John Mullan
9.30am, East Stage

Growing Up in Australia, Anita Heiss, Benjamin Law and Fiona Murphy
10.45am, East Stage

The Luminous Solution, Charlotte Wood
1.15pm, East Stage


Tuesday 8 March

The Shape of Sound, Fiona Murphy
1.15pm, Plane Tree Stage 

Wild Abandon, Emily Bitto
2.30pm, East Stage

A Bloody Good Rant, Thomas Keneally
3.45pm, East Stage 


Wednesday 9 March

The Reckoning, Jess Hill and Grace Tame
3.45pm, East Stage 


Thursday 10 March

Symbiotic Siblings, Hannah Bent, Campbell Mattinson
10.45am, West Stage

The Magician, Colm Tóibín
1.15pm, East Stage 

History, Storytelling and the Collective Imagination, Tom Griffiths and Bruce Pascoe
3.45pm, East Stage