CSFG members have a veritable outburst of book launches happening in the new couple of weeks:
Felicity Banks’ debut steampunk adventure novel Heart of Brass will launch as part of the Canberra Writers Festival in the Ferguson Room at the National Library on Saturday 27th August at 10 am. (Details here)
Immediately afterwards, Kaaron Warren’s latest novel The Grief Hole will launch at exactly the same location (what are the odds?!): 11:00 am at the Ferguson Room (Details)
And finally for our Melbourne members, Gillian Polack’s latest novel The Wizardy of Jewish Women will launch at Readings in Hawthorn at 6:30 pm on Monday 5th September. (All the details)
We encourage everyone to get out and support our local authors if you can!
CSFG members may be interested in an event next Wednesday:
As part of the Canberra Writers Festival fringe event, ten of Canberra’s best writers – including CSFG alumni Kaaron Warren and Craig Cormick – have come together to showcase the talent we have inside our small, but passionate, territory. Join Canberra’s award-winning authors for a night of readings and celebrations about being a writer in Canberra.
7:30 – 10:00 pm
Main Hall, Gorman Arts Centre
Ainslie Ave, Braddon
ACT Writers Centre are excited to announce the authors and writers reading at this event include: Craig Cormick, Zoya Patel, Hal Judge, John Clanchy, John Stokes, Kaaron Warren, Melinda Smith, Shu-Ling Chua, Sarah St Vincent Welch and Tony Eaton.
Book early as space is limited.