Tabitha Prado-Richardson is a writer, researcher and astrologer of Afro-Nicaraguan heritage, currently living on Gadigal land. She is a core member of the Feminist Killjoys Reading Group. Her writing has appeared in Voiceworks, The Coalition Zine, and The Lifted Brow. Her essay, ‘Who Needs Astrology?’ won the 2019 Stack Magazines Award for Best Non-Fiction. She is completing a PhD on music, self-making and Afrodiasporic communities in Australia.
Thursday 30 April, 8:00 PMAstrology in Uncertain Times
Carriageworks, Track 8, Eveleigh
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