The 54th Brisbane Writers Festival has officially came to a close on Sunday night, and boy, was it all shades of wonderful.
Sunday saw a whole new series of conversations and panels at the State Library Precinct, and the wrap up of our BWF in the 'Burbs event, where we sent some of our lovely Festival authors out into the suburbs of Brisbane and Logan for conversations with our audiences in their own backyard.
In Sunday's brilliant Closing Address, our Festival Philosophers-in-Residence Professor Fred D'Agostino and Antonia Case reflected on BWF 2016. Their words encouraged us to think on our own Festival experience, to digest the content, and to choose if and how we might come away changed.
You can follow along with some of the conversation on our Philosophers-in-Residence Twitter account here.
Professor Fred suggested that everyone's BWF is their BWF - a reflection of our own personal curiosities and unique interests - and that no two experiences could be alike.
So, what was yours? Share it with us on the socials.