Love Reading and Writing Historical Fiction?

Posted by on Jul 4, 2017 in News | 0 comments

There’s a treat in store in September for all lovers of historical fiction with the upcoming Historical Novels Society of Australasia in Melbourne in September.  For further details of the conference, plus booking, please go to http://hnsa.org.au.  And for Sydney-siders there’s a special satellite event at Gordon Library on Wednesday, 26th July from 6 – 8 pm to give you a preview of the ‘main event’ in Melbourne.  Join authors Justin Sheedy, Michelle Morgan, Kim Kelly and Winton Higgins to share their stories about researching and writing their novels in a panel discussion titled ‘Wings into History: how the past inspires historical fiction.’  Cost $5. Bookings kmc.nsw.gov.au/ and for enquiries tel: 9424 0120 or go to gordon.library@kmc.nsw.gov.au. Pix from left: Justin Sheedy, author of a WW2 trilogy: Nor the Years Condemn, Ghosts of the Empire and No Greater Love.  Michelle Morgan, author of Racing the Moon and Flying Through Clouds.  Kim Kelly, author of historical novels including Wild Chicory and Jewel Sea.  Winton Higgins, author of The Rule of Law (about the Nuremberg Trials.)

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