Stories on Stage Online Edition – Facebook LIVE
Join us for our Stories on Stage Online Edition programme, coming to you live on Facebook.
These thirty-minute in-conversations will be livestreamed to your screen, but you can watch later if the time doesn’t suit. We can’t open the doors yet, but in this way, Stories on Stage will continue to celebrate books, writing and authors. Hosted by Monique Mulligan.
TIME: 1 PM
SUITABLE FOR: All ages, book lovers
- APRIL 28, 2020: Lauren Chater (Gulliver’s Wife)
- MAY 5, 2020: Cassie Hamer (The End of Cuthbert Close)
- MAY 12, 2020: Kate Forsyth and Lorena Carrington (Snow White Rose Red)
- MAY 19, 2020: Josh Langley (Magnificent Mistakes and Fantastic Failures)
- MAY 26, 2020: Kim Kelly (Walking)
- JUNE 2, 2020: Lisa Ireland (The Secret Life of Shirley Sullivan)
- JUNE 9, 2020: Leah Swann (Sheerwater)
- JUNE 16, 2020: Andrew Daddo (Atticus von Tasticus 2)
- JUNE 23, 2020: Josephine Moon (The Cake Maker’s Wish)
- JUNE 30, 2020: David Roland (The Power of Suffering)
- JULY 14, 2020: Ashley Kalagian Blunt (How to be Australian)
- JULY 28, 2020: Maya Linnell (Bottlebrush Creek)
Today Monique Mulligan, Author chats with Cassie Hamer. You can buy Cassie's new book The End of Cuthbert Close from all good bookshops, online, and Booktopia: https://bit.ly/2Yw66OF It's available in print, eBook, and audiobook.
Posted by Koorliny Arts Centre on Monday, May 4, 2020
Today on Stories on Stage Monique is chatting with Andrew Daddo about his most recent children's book 'Atticus van Tasticus 2: The Map of Half Maps'.You can buy the book here: https://www.booktopia.com.au/the-map-of-half-maps-andrew-daddo/book/9781760892913.html
Posted by Koorliny Arts Centre on Monday, June 15, 2020
We had a magical time talking all things fairy tales today with author Kate Forsyth and illustrator Lorena Carrington on our LIVE Stories on Stage Online Edition. You can order their stunning keepsake fairy tale collections from https://www.serenitypress.org/bookshop + audio books are coming!Update: The Australian Fairy Tale Society has just announced that Lorena is the winner of the Australian Fairy Tale Society 2020 Award. Congratulations, Lorena. Kate was the inaugural winner in 2018.
Posted by Koorliny Arts Centre on Monday, May 11, 2020
KATE FORSYTH | LORENA CARRINGTON