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Writers at Stanton - Geoffrey Lehmann

21-Feb-2019 • 1pm

Leeward - Geoffrey Lehmann This is a lyrical and honest memoir of a poet’s life in Sydney. From Lavender Bay to Lindfield, Geoff Lehmann tells the story of his life as a poet, tax lawyer, member of the Sydney Push, single father to three small children and finally, a happily married ma..

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Writers at Stanton - Kate Legge

12-Mar-2019 • 1pm

Kindred - A Cradle Mountain Love Story He was an Austrian immigrant; she came from Tasmania. He grew up beside the Carinthian Alps; she climbed mountains when few women dared. Their honeymoon glimpse of Cradle Mountain lit an urge that filled their waking hours. Others might have kept this s..

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Writers at Stanton - Julienne Van Loon

14-Mar-2019 • 1pm

The Thinking Woman - Julienne Van Loon One of the age-old questions of philosophy is what does it mean to live a good life. In this extraordinary new book, award-winning Australian novelist Julienne van Loon turns her attention to the work of six leading contemporary women thinkers. ..

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Writers at Stanton - Meg Keneally with Tom Keneally

22-Mar-2019 • 1pm

The Ink Stain - Meg and Tom Keneally Acclaimed author Tom Keneally had written 30,000 words of his new draft -- an historical crime novel about a gentleman convict going from penal station to penal station solving murders -- when he asked if his daughter, Meg would like to finish it. Fast fo..

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Writers at Stanton - Rebecca Huntley

27-Mar-2019 • 1pm

Quarterly Essay 73 - Progress and Politics - Rebecca Huntley For some time, a majority of Australians have been saying they want change – on climate and energy, on housing and inequality, on corporate donations and their corrupting effect on democracy, to name just a few. Recent atte..

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