Events

Keep up to date with Random House Australia's calendar of events including upcoming author appearances, tour dates and special events.

Michelle Crawford

Michelle Crawford

A Table in the Orchard

Michelle Crawford is a photographer, food stylist, home cook and author of A TABLE IN THE ORCHARD. Join Michelle for a food and styling class, developed specially to celebrate her new book. Attendees will cook, style, shoot and eat Michelle's recipes!

Jul 4
Time:
Saturday, 4 July 2015, 10:00am
Venue:
The Establishments Studios - 23 Grattan St Prahran, Melbourne
Tickets:
This is a ticketed event. More info > http://www.theschool.com.au/collections/food-styling/products/michelle-crawford-food-styling-melbourne#.VTgxcCGqqkp

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Michelle Crawford

A Table in the Orchard

Michelle Crawford is a photographer, food stylist, home cook and author of A TABLE IN THE ORCHARD. Join Michelle for a food and styling class, developed specially to celebrate her new book. Attendees will cook, style, shoot and eat Michelle's recipes!

Time:
Saturday, 4 July 2015, 10:00am
Venue:
The Establishments Studios - 23 Grattan St Prahran, Melbourne
Tickets:
This is a ticketed event. More info > http://www.theschool.com.au/collections/food-styling/products/michelle-crawford-food-styling-melbourne#.VTgxcCGqqkp
Jacqueline Harvey

Clementine Rose and the Birthday Emergency 10

Join Jacqueline Harvey to celebrate CLEMENTINE ROSE AND THE BIRTHDAY EMERGENCY. Jacqueline will be speaking about Alice-Miranda and Clementine Rose's latest adventures and signing copies. Light afternoon tea included.

Time:
Wednesday, 15 July 2015, 2:00pm
Venue:
Burnside Library
401 Greenhill Road,
Tusmore
South Australia
Tickets:
Tickets are $5 and include a light afternoon tea. Book at EventBrite bit.ly/1FCiAiP.
For enquiries, please contact
Burnside Library, (08) 8366 4280
Kylie Kaden

Missing You

Recovering chocoholic, columnist at My Child Mag, wrangler of her sticky brood of boys and Random House novelist, Kylie Kaden is a Brisvegas born and bred mother of three, who, many moons ago, tackled a Masters of Psychology at USQ. After thirteen years in government and management she now makes things up for a living. Following the success of Losing Kate, Kylie Kaden has recently delivered a much anticipated follow up with another tantalising love-story-turned-thriller, Missing You. Teamed up once again with the publisher who discovered her debut novel in the slush pile, Kylie is now a critic

Time:
Saturday, 18 July 2015, 12:30pm
Venue:
Library, The Refect, USQ Toowoomba Campus
Main Stage
487/521-535 West St
Darling Heights QLD 4350
Tickets:
Cost: $5 entry per day which includes all workshops and writer’s festival events 9am-4pm.
Kylie Kaden

Missing You

Embarking on your first novel or think you are ready to approach a mainstream publisher? Discover the basics on getting a novel traditionally published with this brief overview of one author’s journey from pitch to print. This workshop will touch on getting your manuscript ready, query letters/synopsis, whether you need an online profile or agent, where to submit and what happens after you sign. Critically acclaimed author Kylie Kaden shares what she found useful on her path to becoming internationally published through Random House.

Time:
Saturday, 18 July 2015, 2:15pm
Venue:
Library, The Refect, USQ Toowoomba Campus
487/521-535 West St
Darling Heights QLD 4350
Tickets:
Cost: $5 entry per day which includes all workshops and writer’s festival events 9am-4pm.
Joan London

The Golden Age

Time:
Wednesday, 22 July 2015
Venue:
writenote1@gmail.com
Tickets:
Tegan Bennett Daylight

Six Bedrooms

Popular Nostalgia Event: Tegan Bennett Daylight writes for adults, young adults, and children, and her new short story collection, Six Bedrooms, offers glimpses of the angst, embarrassment, and beauty of adolescence. Liam Pieper’s charming works of memoir interrogate his own misspent youth. And in his celebrated debut Shadowboxing, Tony Birch captures the experience of growing up in inner-Melbourne in the 1960s. With host Toni Jordan, they’ll explore what it means to read and write about young adulthood from a grown-up perspective – and share the coming-of-age stories that have meant the mos

Time:
Thursday, 23 July 2015, 6:15pm
Venue:
The Wheeler Centre
176 Little Lonsdale Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Tickets:
To book, visit http://www.wheelercentre.com/events/popular-nostalgia
Debra Adelaide

The Simple Act of Reading

Join writer and editor Debra Adelaide and panel as they discuss The Simple Act of Reading, a collection of essays and memoir pieces on the topic of reading — in particular what it means for writers to be readers and how that has shaped their life. Contributors to the collection include Joan London, Delia Falconer, Tegan Bennett Daylight, Kate Forsyth, Gail Jones, Malcolm Knox, David Malouf and more. The Simple Act of Reading supports Sydney Story Factory by emphasising the importance of reading in shaping an individual’s future.

Time:
Saturday, 25 July 2015, 2:30pm
Venue:
State Library NSW
Metcalfe Auditorium
Ground Floor, Macquarie Wing
Macquarie St
Sydney NSW
2000
Tickets:
General admission $10
Free for Friends
Book here: www4.sl.nsw.gov.au/events/public-programs_simple_act_of_reading

Festivals

Adelaide Festival
Brisbane Writers Festival
Byron Bay Festival
Melbourne Writers Festival
Perth Writers Festival
Sydney Writers Festival
Voices on the Coast
Somerset Festival
Festival Of Golden Words