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Catch Wild Dingo Press authors Tjanara Goreng Goreng, Yvonne Fein and Ben Doherty at their sessions at the Brisbane Writers Festival over the weekend! Friday 7 September Yvonne Fein, Choose Somebody Else In Conversation with author Krissy Kneen. 5.30pm Queensland Terrace, State Library of [...]
Tjanara Goreng Goreng’s memoir, A Long Way from No Go, explosively reveals the dark side behind Rockhampton’s most respected priests. Read Christine McKee’s article in the Rockhampton Daily Bulletin here, and listen to Tjanara’s interview with Fran Kelly on ABC Radio [...]
Two authors from very different worlds, Shokoofeh Azar and Dee White, talk about how they have successfully taken real life events and woven them into books that have been hailed as enchanting and engrossing. Dee White is the author of 16 fiction and non-fiction titles for children and young [...]
Join 3RRR’s Elizabeth McCarthy and Ben Doherty in conversation about his extraordinary debut novel , Nagaland. • 6.30pm Tuesdau 14th August Readings Bookshop 309 Lygon St Carlton VIC 3053 • Free event | RSVP here
The inimitable Tim Costello AO, World Vision Australia, launches NAGALAND in Melbourne. Nagaland is the debut novel from Ben Doherty, immigration correspondent for ‘The Guardian’ and 3-time Walkley-award winner. • 6.30 for 7pm Thursday 9th August Avenue Bookstore 127 Dundas Pl [...]
Thursday 2nd August: Yvonne Fein In Conversation with Rebecca Forgasz at the Jewish Museum of Australia!
Listen to Yvonne Fein and Robecca Forgasz, Director of the Jewish Musuem of Australia, speak in-conversation about Fein’s Choose Somebody Else. Thursday 2nd August at 2pm Jewish Museum of Australia 26 Alma Rd St Kilda VIC 3182 Free event, but please book here.
Sunday 29 July: Shokoofeh Azar and Catherine Lewis in Conversation at Philip Island Literary Festival!
Join Shokoofeh Azar and Wild Dingo Press publisher, Catherine Lewis, at the Philip Island Literary Festival to discuss Shokoofeh’s STELLA PRIZE SHORTLISTED novel ‘The Enlightenment of the Greenage Tree’. Don’t miss out! • Sunday 29th July 12.30 – [...]
A Palestinian refugee’s inspiring tale of her lifelong fight to return home. Olfat Mahmoud is a descendant of the Christian and Muslim people who were forced from their homeland at gunpoint in 1948 during what Palestinians have termed the Nakba, or ‘Catastrophe’. Like thousands of other [...]
Join Ben Doherty, immigration correspondent for ‘The Guardian’, 3-time Walkley-award winner and new novelist, to discuss his extraordinary literary debut at Bathurst Library • Friday 13th July at 6pm Bathurst Library 70-78 Keppel Street Bathurst NSW 2795 • Free event | All welcome