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UQP authors at Adelaide Writers' Week 2021
26 Feb – 14 Mar
Adelaide, SA

UQP authors at Adelaide Writers' Week 2021

Join Royce Kurmelovs at four sessions during Adelaide Writers' Week. Suburban Dreaming on Saturday 27 February in-conversation with UQP author Christopher Raja (Into the Suburbs: A Migrant’s Story) and Geoff Goodfellow (Out of Copley Street: A Working Class Boyhood).

The Meaning of Money on Sunday 28 February where Royce's book Just Money: Misadventures in the Great Australian Debt Trap and Rick Morton’s On Money offer illuminating explorations of the debt industry.

You are also invited to (Re)launch: Live and Local! on Saturday 27 February, and The Carbon Club on Thursday 4 March where Royce Kurmelovs will be in-conversation with one of Australia’s most respected investigative journalists on climate change, Marian Wilkinson.

More information on these events here.

Mirandi Riwoe will be appearing at three sessions including Unstable Ground on Tuesday 2 March, How Much of These Hills is Gold? on Sunday 28 February, and Shifting Perspectives on Tuesday 2 March in-conversation about her award-winning novel Stone Sky Gold Mountain.

More information on these events here.

Join Laura Elvery and Chris Flynn at Lateral Histories on Monday 1 March. Chris Flynn’s fantastical novel Mammoth is narrated by the fossilised remains of a 13,000 year old wise-cracking mammoth. Each of the twenty short stories in Laura Elvery’s collection Ordinary Matter is inspired by a Nobel Prize-winning female scientist. With their lateral approach to history, these unlikely starting points have resulted in richly rewarding and wildly imaginative outcomes.

More information on this event here.