Events

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

Nicole Alexander

Nicole Alexander

The Great Plains

Romance of the Bush. Dig deeper into the popularity of rural romance with a panel headed by Nicole Alexander and featuring authors Ann B. Harrison and Allisa Callen. Nicole Alexander is a fourth generation grazier and best-selling author of THE GREAT PLAINS, THE BARK CUTTERS, A CHANGING LAND, ABSOLUTION CREEK and the WW1 epic, SUNSET RIDGE.

Apr 13
Time:
Monday, 13 April 2015, 6:00pm
Venue:
Momo Café,
William St,
East Maitland NSW
Tickets:
Tickets are $20 and include wine and canapés. Book tickets > http://www.maitlandticketing.com.au/maitlandlibrary/literaryevents.aspx

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Nicole Alexander

The Great Plains

Romance of the Bush. Dig deeper into the popularity of rural romance with a panel headed by Nicole Alexander and featuring authors Ann B. Harrison and Allisa Callen. Nicole Alexander is a fourth generation grazier and best-selling author of THE GREAT PLAINS, THE BARK CUTTERS, A CHANGING LAND, ABSOLUTION CREEK and the WW1 epic, SUNSET RIDGE.

Time:
Monday, 13 April 2015, 6:00pm
Venue:
Momo Café,
William St,
East Maitland NSW
Tickets:
Tickets are $20 and include wine and canapés. Book tickets > http://www.maitlandticketing.com.au/maitlandlibrary/literaryevents.aspx
Alissa Callen

Down Outback Roads

Rural romance is one of the hottest trends in Australian writing at the moment. The last few years have seen a boom in the number of novels set in rural Australia written by female farmers, giving voice to the strong, feisty women who work the land in regional Australia. Dig deeper into the popularity of outback romance with a panel headed by Nicole Alexander. Nicole will be joined by fellow rural romance authors Ann B. Harrison and Alissa Callen. Nicole Alexander is a fourth generation grazier and best-selling author of The Great Plains, The Bark Cutters, A Changing Land, Absolution and Su

Time:
Monday, 13 April 2015, 6:00pm
Venue:
Organic Feast
10-12 William Street
East Maitland
NSW 2323
Tickets:
Tickets cost $20. Booking is required. Please book here: http://www.maitland.nsw.gov.au/library/events/lookwhostalking/romancebush
Peter FitzSimons

Gallipoli

Now approaching it’s centenary, the Gallipoli campaign reverberates with importance as a symbol of what it truly means to be Australian. However, the facts of the battle, which was minor against the scale of the First World War are often forgotten or obscured. Peter FitzSimons, with his trademark vibrancy, recreates the disaster as experienced by those who endured it or perished in the attempt.

Time:
Monday, 13 April 2015, 7:00pm
Venue:
Lower Mountains Neighbourhood Centre
33 Hope Street
Blaxland NSW 2774
Tickets:
Tickets: $10, available at Lower Mountains Neighbourhood Centre
Anne Gorman

The Country Wife

Meet author Anne Gorman and hear her talk about her remarkable memoir THE COUNTRY WIFE. Bookseller is Your Bookshop Rhodes.

Time:
Monday, 13 April 2015, 7:00pm
Venue:
Concord Library,
60 Flavelle Street,
Concord NSW 2137
Tickets:
This is a free event but books are required on 02 9911 6210.
Anne Gorman

The Country Wife

Meet author Anne Gorman and hear her talk about her remarkable memoir THE COUNTRY WIFE at the Watsons Bay 55+ Club.

Time:
Wednesday, 15 April 2015, 11:00am
Venue:
Watsons Bay Library,
8 Marine Pde,
Watsons Bay
Tickets:
Free event, morning tea provided, no bookings required.
Peter FitzSimons

Gallipoli

An international symposium hosted by the UNESCO Chair, Cultural Diversity and Social Justice.

Time:
Thursday, 16 April 2015, 10:30am
Venue:
Melbourne City Centre
Level 3, 550 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Tickets:
Registration Fees
Students: $20.00
General Registration: $35.00
http://www.deakin.edu.au/arts-ed/unesco-cdsj/events/2015/exploring-the-legacy-of-the-anzacs-gallipoli-100-years-on/register
Peter FitzSimons

Gallipoli

Now approaching it’s centenary, the Gallipoli campaign reverberates with importance as a symbol of what it truly means to be Australian. However, the facts of the battle, which was minor against the scale of the First World War are often forgotten or obscured. Peter FitzSimons, with his trademark vibrancy, recreates the disaster as experienced by those who endured it or perished in the attempt.

Time:
Thursday, 16 April 2015, 5:30pm
Venue:
Shrine of Remembrance,Melbourne
Birdwood Ave, Melbourne VIC 3001
Tickets:
Cost: Gold coin donation
Bookings: (03) 9661 8100
Leah Kaminsky

Cracking the Code

Join Leah Kaminsky as she chats with Stephen and Sally Damiani - authors of Cracking the Code.

Time:
Thursday, 16 April 2015, 6:15pm
Venue:
Avenue Bookstore Elsternwick
434 Glenhuntly Road, Elsternwick
Tickets:
This is a free event. Limited seating will be available, but cannot be reserved.
Bookings essential to: rsvp@avenuebookstore.com.au with the subject line Stephen & Sally Damiani at Elsternwick.

All successful bookings will receive a confirmation email.

Steve Sailah

A Fatal Tide

Join Steve Sailah, former ABC foreign correspondent and executive producer of 'The World Today' to hear about his debut novel 'A Fatal Tide'.

Time:
Monday, 20 April 2015, 1:00pm
Venue:
Nowra Library
10 Berry Street, Nowra NSW 2541
Tickets:
Steve Sailah

A Fatal Tide

Join Steve Sailah, former ABC foreign correspondent and executive producer of 'The World Today' to hear about his debut novel 'A Fatal Tide'.

Time:
Monday, 20 April 2015, 6:00pm
Venue:
Ulladulla Public Library
Civic Centre Building, Princes Highway, Ulladulla NSW 2539
Tickets:

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