A Gippsland afternoon of fantasy, history, bold cats & sawtoothed bunnies
Kerry Greenwood ~ David Greagg~ Lindy Cameron~ A.K. Wrox
Australia’s Queen of Crime, best known for her 20 Phryne Fisher novels set in Melbourne in 1928, is headlining an author event in Traralgon next weekend.
On February 25, the day after Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries - the long-awaited TV series of her beloved books - debuts on the ABC, Kerry Greenwood will headline an author event at the Traralgon Library.
Kerry also writes fiction set in the Ancient World and will be talking about her novels Out of the Black Land; and the Delphic Women trilogy: Medea, Cassandra & Electra.
Fellow authors David Greagg and the duo A.K. Wrox will join Kerry in an event chaired by writer Lindy Cameron.
Where: Latrobe City Service Centre & Library
34-38 Kay Street, Traralgon
When: February 25, 2012
Bookings: (03) 5176 3630
This is a free event but bookings are essential.
David Greagg is the author of Dougal’s Diary: one year in the life of a cat; and its forthcoming sequel When We Were Kittens. When not being an author David is a medieval warrior and a fair-dinkum Accredited Wizard.
Kylie Fox & Amanda Wrangles write crime fiction and speculative fiction but collaborated–as A.K. Wrox – on the hilarious epic fantasy spoof, Arrabella Candellarbra & The Questy Thing To End All Questy Things.
Lindy Cameron, author of the adventure thriller Redback and the Kit O’Malley Mysteries, is also co-author of the true crime books, Women Who Kill and Killer in the Family.
Come along to hear tales of the serious and funny lives of authors who write about heroic adventures in Ancient Egypt and Greece, modern kickarse spies, hilarious warrior chicks and gentleman cats.