Join authors Judy Nunn (Wednesday 6 October) and Claire G. Coleman (Thursday,14 October) as they discuss their latest books online.
These events are supported by the NSW Public Libraries Associate and will be live streamed.
Judy Nunn will discuss her new novel Showtime, a scintillating journey through the golden age of Australian showbusiness.
About this event
Judy Nunn will be in conversation with Catherine Krause from Central Coast Libraries and is supported by the NSW Public Libraries Association.
In the second half of the 19th century, Melbourne is a veritable boom town, as hopefuls from every corner of the globe flock to the gold fields of Victoria.
About the author
Judy Nunn is one of Australia’s leading fiction writers. She has now sold over one million books in Australia alone. In 2015 Judy was made a Member of the Order of Australia for her "significant service to the performing arts as a scriptwriter and actor of stage and screen, and to literature as an author"
Date: Wednesday 6 October 2021
Time: 6.30pm - 7.30pm
Cost: FreeBook online
Claire G. Coleman in conversation with Torres Strait Islander journalist and broadcaster, Rhianna Patrick, about Lies, Damned Lies
Claire G. Coleman will be in conversation with Torres Strait Islander journalist and broadcaster, Rhianna Patrick, about Claire's latest book supported by the NSW Public Libraries Association.
In her non-fiction debut, Lies, Damned Lies, Coleman wields the truths unseen in Australia’s history to highlight the wrongs that underpin the very foundations of this nation.
For too long the conversation around decolonisation in Australia has sat within the political yet it deeply affects the individual. Lies, Damned Lies changes this - it is a rallying cry that thrums with fury - and one that demands a response.
About the author:
Claire G. Coleman is a proud Noongar woman whose family have belonged to the south coast of Western Australia since long before history started being recorded. She writes fiction, essays, poetry and art writing while either living in Naarm (Melbourne) or on the road. During an extended circuit of the continent she wrote a novel, Terra Nullius, which won the black&write! Indigenous Writing Fellowship and was listed for 8 awards including a short-listing for the Stella Prize.
Date: Thursday 14 October
Time:6.30pm - 7.30pm
Cost: FreeBook online