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Words and music: Hepburn Shire mayor and Clunes resident Neil Newitt with Clunes Booktown organiser David Shields prepare for an intensive month of all things literary. Picture: Dylan BurnsClunes has yet again thrown its gumption behind the town’s reputation as a literary go-to locale.
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With Daylesford successfully having run its annual Words in Winter literary festival last weekend, Clunes has chipped in again for the twelfth time with its own satellite program.

But instead of running the festival over one weekend, the Clunes Words in Winter program lasts the entire month of August.

The series of events this month come on the back of Clunes’ highly-successful annual Booktown festival

OrganiserLily Mason said the Clunes satellite festival would follow Daylesford’s theme of “Food for Thought”, with a range of cooks and gourmet cookbook writers coming to speak.

Ms Mason said while Booktown was about attracting headlining authors to town and celebrating rare and historic books, Words in Winter was more aimed to nurturing local talent.

“We’ve decided to carry on with our tradition of carrying on right throughout August. We’ve got 21 events right throughout August,” she said.

“It’s really easy to sell why Words in Winterworks so well here in Clunes. Because we’re a book town, it just makes absolute sense.”

The line-up this month includes readings, poetry, music, talks, workshops, performances and exhibitions.

Ms Mason said a highlight was an author talk by Trace Balla,discussing her graphic novels Rivertime and Rockhopping, which she said was a “must for young children”.

The month’s proceedings have already kicked off –a poetry slam was held last week along with a trivia event where the community competed in a Cleverest Town competition at Clunes Library.

“Words in Winteris really about nurturing that local creative talent.The poetry slam is really about celebrating the amazing talent we’ve got here,” Ms Mason said.

On August 20, Gallery 5 will host The Music of Words,a live acoustic presentation oforiginal words and music by artists from Clunes, Daylesford, Waubra and Learmonth.

On August 27,The Gallery Wine Bar will hostHow High the Moon: An Evening of Ella Fitzgerald, an event matching music withfood.

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