Tea and conversation in Mandurah

Cup of tea with teapot and vintage books on wooden table Blue background

If you’re in the Mandurah area, or are close enough for a lovely drive, the Mandurah Readers & Writers Festival is on next week, Wednesday 22 and Thursday 23 August. Guests include Michelle Johnston, Carrie Cox, Louise Allan, Dervla McTiernan and Laurie Steed.

I’m delighted to be sharing the opening session with the wonderful Liz Byrski (whose new novel, A Month of Sundays, has just been released). We’ll be talking about our books, our approach to writing, our inspirations—and anything else that chair Kathy Heys would like to ask us. There will be morning tea, too—always a bonus!

The session is free, but bookings are essential.

Meet Liz Byrski and Amanda Curtin
10–11.30am, Wednesday 22 August
Fishtrap Theatre, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre,
Ormsby Terrace, Mandurah
Bookings here

We’d love to see you!

 

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2 responses to “Tea and conversation in Mandurah

  1. Brenda

    Oh dear. Sounds absolutely great… yourself, the stellar Liz Byrski , Laurie Steed. So far from S.A. …. sniff, sniff.
    Any hope of a podcast ?

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