Meet the Young Editors: Greta

Meet the Young Editors: Greta

Early Harvest’s first ever mentor, grade 9 student Darvey, sat down with Greta, one of our eager young editors for 2014, to chat about reading, writing and—of course—The Fault in Our Stars. Darvey: When did you get into reading? Greta: Aaaages ago. D: What inspired you to write? G: The thought of reading books from different authors inspires me to write. D: What was the last book you...

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At Melbourne Writers Festival

At Melbourne Writers Festival

Next week, we’re taking one of our 100 stories across the river to the Melbourne Writers Festival. Possibly Level 46, but Level 93 has also expressed interest. You may think building levels are stationary, but you gotta be quick to catch us at this year’s festival. Co-founder and CEO Lachlann Carter will be making endless comics in the MWF Schools Program, and we’ll be hosting...

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The List: Level 87 Book Club

The List: Level 87 Book Club

At Level 87 Book Club, we talk about books. These are some of the ones we’ve been reading and loving. This week’s list is brought to you by: Berry Darvey Corey Yohanna     Betanya Jillianne   And special guest appearance by Abe Ape. My...

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Meanwhile, Below the Trapdoor

Meanwhile, Below the Trapdoor

Recently scientist(istic enthusiasts) Matt Hobson and Jess Wilson went below to collect further samples of the botanical wonder on level 67. With infer red technology they photographed each level in meticulous detail. However (as it turns out) the levels are invisible on film. Something about the atmosphere reacting with the nanorobotic life forms. Anyway, not discouraged by this setback the...

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Jackie Kerin: 100 Stories Down

Jackie Kerin: 100 Stories Down

It would seem that there is nothing quite as crazy as creating a collective story where all ideas are woven into the plot. Who would have thought that on Level 53 there was a French woman called ‘Madam’ with a long neck who was trying to hit frogs, with a tennis racket, fired out of a canon, into a volcano? Why? For the prize money of course! Following this absurdity the visitors...

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