Literature Society

Welcome to the ANU Literature Society! (a.k.a. LitSoc) 

If you’re a literature enthusiast of any kind, you’re welcome. Yes, any kind – books, theatre, film, TV shows, fanfiction, comics, podcasts, poetry, or anything else we’ve neglected to put in this list. We believe in celebrating all types of literature, and catering to every kind of person who appreciates it. Whether you’re an English major or a casual reader, undergrad or postgrad, obsessed with a hyper-specific niche of literature or not really sure where to start, we’ve got something for you. Here’s just a short summary of what we do: 

  • Drafternoon: Our fortnightly writing workshop for writers of all (or no) experience levels. 
  • Book Club: Join fellow readers in choosing and reading a book with a new theme each month. 
  • Broken Theatre: Into theatre but not a fan of being onstage? Try some casual dramatic reading! 
  • Regular social events – movie nights, pub mixers, coffee catch-ups, and more. 
  • Rabbit Hole, our annual publication – a student creative writing journal that gives you the opportunity to become a published author or editor.  
  • Collaborations with other societies and organisations on and off campus – expand your literary horizons and discover new opportunities. 

LitSoc is committed to appreciating the diversity in literature and the importance of community. We’re here to support your interests and help you discover new ones in a welcoming, like-minded community with a membership fee of just $5 for the entire year. Feel free to contact us anytime if you’re interested in joining or if you have questions – we hope we see you around! 



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