Stories on Stage 2015

Stories on Stage is a series of evening 'meet the author' events held in Theatre 1. Each event includes an author talk, Q&A session, meet and greet over supper, book sales and signings.
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June 10 - Meet Mark Greenwood

June 10 - Meet Mark Greenwood

September 16 - Meet Felicity Young

September 16 - Meet Felicity Young

March 11: Stories on Stage with Brooke Davis

March 11: Stories on Stage with Brooke Davis

Stories on Stage 2015!

Stories on Stage 2015!


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Jane Caro talks about Plain-Speaking Jane

Jane Caro talks about Plain-Speaking Jane

Howard Waldman, author of Good Americans Go to Paris When They Die, talks about his latest novel, his unique premise, his settings, characters, themes, sales, next novel, and a whole lot more.

Howard Waldman, author of Good Americans Go to Paris When They Die, talks about his latest novel, his unique premise, his settings, characters, themes, sales, next novel, and a whole lot more.

Meredith Whitford, author of Shakespeare's Will, talks about her novel, about historical fiction in general, about the progression of and trends in literature in Australia and lots more.

Meredith Whitford, author of Shakespeare's Will, talks about her novel, about historical fiction in general, about the progression of and trends in literature in Australia and lots more.

The author of Urban Biology reads from and talks about his new poetry book and the poems in it, the relationship between poetry and science, anthropomorphism, his music, his upcoming work, and lots more.

The author of Urban Biology reads from and talks about his new poetry book and the poems in it, the relationship between poetry and science, anthropomorphism, his music, his upcoming work, and lots more.

Dale Beaumont, author of How to Write and Publish Your Own Best-Selling Book, talks to us about his latest package, on being a young entrepreneur, about the relationship between writing and promoting, the "secret" of success (using the term in its broadest context), and a lot more.

Dale Beaumont, author of How to Write and Publish Your Own Best-Selling Book, talks to us about his latest package, on being a young entrepreneur, about the relationship between writing and promoting, the "secret" of success (using the term in its broadest context), and a lot more.

Masterchef and author of 20/20 Meals Julie Goodwin talks about her new cookbook, about her journey from being a keen home cook to becoming a Masterchef and of making a business out of cooking, about the way in which food is a key to understanding other cultures, about the importance of ordinary, daily cooking, about how she chose and tested the meals in the book, tips for getting kids to participate in cooking, about her new cooking school Julie's Place, about her singing, and lots more.

Masterchef and author of 20/20 Meals Julie Goodwin talks about her new cookbook, about her journey from being a keen home cook to becoming a Masterchef and of making a business out of cooking, about the way in which food is a key to understanding other cultures, about the importance of ordinary, daily cooking, about how she chose and tested the meals in the book, tips for getting kids to participate in cooking, about her new cooking school Julie's Place, about her singing, and lots more.

"My heart has an Embassy / for Ecuador as rare in air /  and sumptuous as the Andes, / as clear as the Equator." Jennifer Maiden, 2013 International Griffin Poetry Prize Shortlist

"My heart has an Embassy / for Ecuador as rare in air / and sumptuous as the Andes, / as clear as the Equator." Jennifer Maiden, 2013 International Griffin Poetry Prize Shortlist

Emily Ballou, author of Aphelion (and more - I talk to her again later!), talks about her new novel Aphelion, her old/new Adaminaby setting, on the cycles of life, death, love, longing and memory which form the motif of this novel. http://my.blogtalkradio.com/compulsivereader/2007/12/04/interview-with-emily-ballou-author-of-aphelion

Emily Ballou, author of Aphelion (and more - I talk to her again later!), talks about her new novel Aphelion, her old/new Adaminaby setting, on the cycles of life, death, love, longing and memory which form the motif of this novel. http://my.blogtalkradio.com/compulsivereader/2007/12/04/interview-with-emily-ballou-author-of-aphelion

The author of Ambulances & Dreamers talks about her new book, Express Media, poetry in Australia, poetry for young people, and lots more.

The author of Ambulances & Dreamers talks about her new book, Express Media, poetry in Australia, poetry for young people, and lots more.

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