Sarah Ferguson will be in conversation with Virginia Haussegger on Sarah's new book On Mother, which reveals her relationship with her mother with poignant clarity and shows the individual who existed beyond motherhood.
Robyn Cadwallader will be in conversation with Catherine Milne on Robyn's second novel, "Book of Colours",, a profoundly beautiful story about creativity and connection. Do not miss this ANU/Canberra Times meet the Author event!
Join us to hear from Virginia Haussegger AM In-Conversation with Jane Alver. The conversation will discuss gender equality and equity as it relates to women and girls in not only an Australian context, but also an international one.
Sex, cyborgs and jellyfish – Krissy Kneen’s exhilarating novel, An Uncertain Grace, explores the outer limits of gender, desire and mortality. Join her at Muse Canberra in conversation with ANU PhD candidate, Gemma Killen.
Terri Butler and Andrew Leigh will be in conversation on Terri's new book Labor of Love in which she canvases why it is up to us, as much as to her as a federal member of Parliament, to play our part: "If people of good will decide that politics is distasteful, they are in danger of leaving politics to the passionate, extremist few."
Benjamin Law and Mary Lou Rasmussen will be in conversation on Benjamin's new Quarterly Essay, Sexuality, Schools and the Media , which asks "Are Australian schools safe?" And if they're not, what happens when kids are caught in a bleak collision between ill-equipped school staff and a confected media scandal? Don't miss this ANU/Canberra Times meet the author event!