A reading and book signing at Ballarat Library. Free admission.
A book reading, talk and signing. Free admission.
As part of my rural Victorian mini-tour, I'll be discussing The Second Cure at Wangaratta Library.
The inaugural Heroines Festival is about to happen! I will be appearing on a panel looking at imagined futures for women, with fellow author Claire Corbett and participating chair and festival director, Sarah Nicholson.
With a focus on speculative and historical storytelling, the Heroines festival’s inaugural theme is “Finding our past and imagining our future"; thus, the festival brings together women writers who have the dived into our historical record and brought back the lost stories of women, and those who are imagining the world for women in the future.
Details here: https://www.theneoperennialpress.com/heroinesfestival/
Join Margaret Morgan discussing her novel at Hornsby Library. Signed copies will be available.
Join Margaret Morgan and Professor Michael Gillings from the Biology Department at Macquarie Uni, talking about the ideas behind the novel: evolution, parasites, symbiosis and the strange things our brains get up to.
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The Sydney launch will be hosted by the fabulous Newtown bookshop, Better Read than Dead, and held at Leadbelly Bar on King Street. I'm delighted that special guest, the author and critic Kerryn Goldsworthy, will be launching the book, and singer Jasmine Khan will be performing.