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Writers at Stanton - David Crowe

29-Aug-2019 • 1pm

Venom - David Crowe A cracking account of the rivalries and hatreds that split the Liberal Party, brought down Malcolm Turnbull and propelled Scott Morrison to power. They plotted. They schemed. They unleashed chaos. Australia lost two prime ministers in three years in a peri..

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Writers at Stanton - Tim Bowden

04-Sep-2019 • 1pm

Tim Bowden - Larrikins in Khaki Tim Bowden has sourced a range of compelling and vivid stories from individual soldiers who fought in WWII, whose memoirs were mostly self-published and who told of their experiences with scant regard for literary pretensions and military niceties. Even amidst..

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Writers at Stanton - Peter Goldsworthy

9-Sep-2019 • 1pm

Peter Goldsworthy - Minotaur Detective Sergeant Rick Zadow is angry, unmotivated, unwashed, unkempt, and almost entirely reliant on his guide dog, Scout, and voice-controlled personal assistant Siri to make it through each day: one a voice without a body, the other a body without a voice. ..

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Writers at Stanton - Tom Gilling

17-Sep-2019 • 1pm

Tom Gilling - Project Rainfall Pine Gap was established in 1966, at the height of the Cold War and ostensibly as a 'space research facility'. But even from the start everyone knew it was an American spy base. In 2016 it quietly celebrated 50 years of existence, but there were no loud publ..

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Writers at Stanton - Allan Fels

25-Sep-2019 • 1pm

Allan Fels - Tough Customer Allan Fels has never been one to shy away from a fight, especially when the big end of town sexploiting small businesses and consumers. During his twelve yars as head of Australia’s competition watchdog, he took on banks, airlines, supermarkets and big ..

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Writers at Stanton - Kate McClymont

26-Sep-2019 • 1pm

Kate McClymont - Dead Man Walking We all know Sydney is full of corruption and crime, but none of us expected to read about a Sydney businessman being shot in the back of his head, in his driveway, in front of his nine-year-old son, in Cremorne. Nor that the order would come from a Poin..

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