COME ONE COME ALL!
If you’re in Melbourne, join us at Hares & Hyenas (63 Johnston Street, Fitzroy) for a Midsumma reading on 20 January 2015 at 7.30pm.
If you’re in Sydney come to a razzle dazzle Mardi Gras launch by Bernie Hobbs at Berkelouw Paddington (19 Oxford St) at 6.30pm on 26 February 2015.
Details after chrissie.
Yes! The book is now out and should be available from a bookshop near you, or from Wakefield Press at http://www.wakefieldpress.com.au/. (Wonderful Illustrations by Chia Moan.)
There’s also a radio serial produced by Nicky Page – weekly from Saturday 6th December at 10am on Arts Breakfast – FM101.5. Music by Jen Clark.
If you aren’t in Adelaide you can listen online at https://radio.adelaide.edu.au/. Or you can find the podcast after that on: https://radio.adelaide.edu.au/specials/fables-queer-and-familiar/.
Enjoy! Enjoy! Enjoy!
Did I mention the tea towels, cards and … ?
Dear friends – I hope to see you next Tuesday 25th at the SA Writers’ Centre at 6 for the Launch of FABLES QUEER & FAMILIAR!
To whet your appetite (or if you aren’t in Adelaide) here’s an interview with the lovely Emily Sutherland of 5MBS:
http://margaretmerrilees.com/adelaide-days/ – including music by two brilliant women – Jen Clark (www.jenclark.net) and Vicki Bennett.
The First Week has been shortlisted for the 2014 Barbara Jefferis Award for ‘the best novel written by an Australian author that depicts women and girls in a positive way or otherwise empowers the status of women and girls in society’. see Australian Society of Authors
The grannies are going into hibernation for the winter – plenty of pumpkin soup, fireside chats and yoga, but no public appearances until the launch of Adelaide Days – collected and illustrated by the wonderful Chia Moan – to be unleashed on the world in November.
Stay tuned and I’ll let you know about that.
All the best and keep warm