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This page is part of the 2009 FESTIVAL ARCHIVE.
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The Melbourne Writers Festival is grateful to all our sponsors and donors. Their commitment and support helps make the festival happen. We welcome your queries about how to support the festival..

Scroll down to check out our 2009 partners or click to view here Major Partners, Official hotel, Web Partners, Cultural Partners.






MAJOR PARTNERS

Arts Victoria
City of Melbourne
Australia Council for the Arts
Unesco City of Literature
Fed Square
The Age

Official Bookseller

Readings Books, Music and Film - Official Bookseller of MWF
Official Hotel
Sofitel Melbourne



WEB PARTNERS

2am Webworks



CULTURAL PARTNERS

Australian Centre for the Moving Image
State Library of Victoria
Goethe-Institute Australia
Artplay
Helen Macpherson Smith Trust
Australia Japan Foundation
The Canada Council for the Arts
Besen Family Foundation
Italian Institute of Culture
The Finkel Founation



COMMUNITY PARTNER


The Smith Family



CORPORATE SPONSORS

Metlink
Connex Melbourne Trains Australia
Qantas
EvanEvans
Holding Redlich Lawyers
Crown Coffee International
Kangarilla Road Vineyard & Winery



CORPORATE SUPPORTERS

Australian Ethical Investment
Flexicar
Trumer Pils



MEDIA SUPPORTER



The Monthly




EDUCATION PARTNERS

RMIT University
Victoria University
CAE
Monash University
La Trobe University
Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
The University of Melbourne
Deakin University
Castan Centre for Human Rights Law




The festival has also been generously assisted by:


Allen & Unwin
APRA
Australian Institute of International Affairs
The Australian Writer's Marketplace
Ambassade de France
Brisbane Writers Festival
Consulate General of Canada, Sydney
Consulate General of Spain
Craft Victoria
Harper Collins Publishers Australia
IBM
Institut Ramon Llull
Mietta Foundation
Monash Institute for the Study of Global Movements
National Gallery of Victoria
Nielsen BookData
Penguin Group (Australia)
Peter McLennan
The Quarterly Essay
Queensland Poetry Festival
Regional Arts Victoria
Simon & Schuster Australia
Text Publishing
Victorian Association for the Teaching of English
Victorian Writers' Centre