Anna MacDonald & Josephine Rowe on the works of Beverley Farmer
Please note: This is an online event.
Beverley Farmer’s writing reflects on restlessness, desire and homecoming. In a new installment of the Writers on Writers series, novelist and short-story writer Josephine Rowe argues for a celebration and reclamation of this unique Australian author. Meanwhile, Anna MacDonald introduces a new edition of Beverley Farmer’s classic A Body of Water, which opened up new frontiers for Australian literature.
We are delighted to have these two authors joining us for a discussion on the writing life of Beverley Farmer.
This is an online event and free to attend. Please book here, and you will be sent a unique Zoom link.
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