Author Panel with Katherine Johnson and Nick Earls at the Townsville Arts & Cultural Festival 2018.
Join Katherine Johnson in this book club style Q&A session followed by a book signing at the Arts & Cultural Festival 2018 in Townsville.
Join this exclusive fiction writing workshop facilitated by Katherine Johnson, author of The Last Son, presented by the Arts & Cultural Festival 2018 in Townsville
Join two guest authors Anne Connor and Ken Linnett at the Dymocks Camberwell Book Club on April 3rd, as we talk about our favourite books, both new and old.
Join Dr Simon Longstaff, author of Everyday Ethics, at Old Town Hall, Bowral on January 16th 2018.
Join Readings Hawthorn for the launch of Harrison Young's latest novel The Daughters of Henry Wong.
Maria Katsonis and Lee Kofman talk about the passion that drove the collaboration, e\Rebellious Daughters.
Join Katherine to hear about what inspired her to write a uniquely Australian tale of love, family secrets and forgiveness.
Katherine Johnson speaks about her gripping new novel, The Better Son.
Krissy Kneen and Michelle Law have been sent to this room to think about what they have done. Come and hear what they have to say for themselves, while they read from and discuss their contributions to Rebellious Daughters as part of the Brisbane Writer's Festival.
Along with Rod Jones and Deb Hunt, Annabel Morley discusses the nuances, strengths and difficulties of writing memoir. Part of the Batemans Bay Writers Festival.
Annabel Morley, Geoff Cousins and Dr Sarah Rice explore what’s worked in the past for the arts sector and what we need to change for the future to ensure it remains a vital and relevant expression of Australia's many identities. As part of the Batemans Bay Writers Festival.
Join Annabel Morley, along with Chef James Viles author of Biota: Grow, Gather, Cook, as they explore the role food plays in lifestyle, memory and place. As part of the Batemans Bay Writers Festival.
Join Maria Katsonis, Lee Kofman, Jo Case and Jamila Rizvi at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) at The Cube as they discuss their new collection Rebellious Daughters and explore the questions, why does it feel so good to be bad?
Hebe de Souza discusses growing up in newly post-colonial India and her new novel Black British.
Good daughters hold their tongues, obey their elders and let their families determine their destiny. Rebellious Daughters are just the opposite.
Join Maria Katsonis, Lee Kofman, Eliza-Jane Henry-Jones and Nicola Redhouse as they discuss the triumphs and tribulations of being a rebellious daughter.
Come join Hebe de Souza in discussion at Monash Library.