August is a big month for Salvage, having an outing in Queensland and now, bobbing up at the Melbourne Writers Festival!
Twelfth Planet Press presents a free showcase event at the festival, with Kerry Greenwood of the Phryne Fisher mysteries fame launching the Twelve Planets series. On hand to present their titles already released and forthcoming will be Kaaron Warren, Cat Sparks, Deborah Biancotti, Narrelle M Harris, Deborah Kalin, Rosaleen Love, Kirstyn McDermott, Lucy Sussex … and me*.
There will be drinkage, and music, and all Twelfth Planet books will be available, including the newest releases of the Twelve Planets range: Through Splintered Walls by Kaaron Warren and hot-off-the-press Cracklespace by Margo Lanagan (previewed at Continuum in June).
I’ve just read these two titles, and they are spectacular: Margo has brought her touch of the fantastic closer to home, while Kaaron raises the chill factor, especially with the longest story of her collection, ‘Sky’: you might want to have a bath after reading it.
Kerry will be joining the Twelfth Planet authors for signings.
The showcase is on Sunday August 26, at 5.30pm, at the Yarra Building in Federation Square. It’s a free, non-ticketed event, which means you can just turn up and enjoy. An ideal pre-dinner outing, neh?
Swoit news. Finished Salvage. Very good. You managed to make the sunshine state seem dark and foreboding. Review forthcoming
Oh glad to hear you liked it, Sean! I’m sure my dark and foreboding is nothing compared to what the LNP is doing to the place at the moment …
Dark times should inspire some gritty dystopian fiction 🙂
the yarn I’m working on now might dip a claw into that territory.
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