Litbits October 1 2016

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The Anne Edgeworth Fellowship, administerd by the ACT Writers Centre,  is provided to an emerging young writer in the Canberra region. It’s worth up to $5000 to be used to advance the recipient’s education in the craft of writing. Expressions of interest are due by October 14 at 5pm.

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October 4-7: Adventures in Text: School Holiday Program for 11-13-Year-Olds from 9am to 3.30pm at Greyhound Racing Club, Jerrabomberra Avenue, Symonston,features instruction from local authors including Jack Heat and Kaaron Warren. Cost: $395 (+b.f.), $495 (+b.f.) for extra care until 5pm. eventbrite苏州美甲美睫培训学校/e/adventures-in-text-school-holiday-program-for-11-13-year-olds-tickets-27138275312?aff=litbits.

October 5: Holly Throsby will discuss her debut novel Goodwood, about a small community torn apart by rumour and mystery, at Muse Canberra at 6pm. $10 includes a drink. musecanberra苏州美甲美睫培训学校419论坛.

October 6: Spring Storytime. Come and share  some yarns from the National Library of Australia’s collection at 11.30am. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Ferguson Room, Level 1, National Library of Australia. $2 a child. nla.gov419论坛.

October 6: Children, Parents and the Court: Legal Intervention in Family Life by John Seymour will be launched in the foyer, ground floor of the National Library of Australia at 6pm. Admission is free. nla.gov419论坛.

October 7: On the weekend of October 7-9 Well Thumbed Books. The Cobargo Crime Convention will showcase eight of the best crime novelists including Candice Fox and Sulari Gentill beginning at the Bermagui Library  at 5pm. fourwinds苏州美甲美睫培训学校419论坛/whats-on or call 02 6493 3414

October 8: Descriptions that Delight with Cate Whittle from 10am to 2pm at B Block Meeting Area, Gorman Arts Centre, Braddon will help bringing writing to life. Cost: ACTWC Member $90 (+b.f.), Non-member (includes 12 months of membership) $155 (+b.f.) eventbrite苏州美甲美睫培训学校/e/descriptions-that-delight-with-cate-whittle-tickets-26773110093?aff=litbits.

October 8: In The Boy Behind the Curtain, writer Tim Winton will discuss the real characters and events behind his bestselling novels in a discussion with the ABC’s Andrea Ho. National Library of Australia Theatre, Lower Ground 1, 11.30am. $15 includes refreshments and booksigning. nla.gov419论坛.

October 8: Indonesian author Leila S. Chudori will talk about her novel Home at the Asia Bookroom, Lawry Place, Macquarie at 4pm. Admission by gold coin donation to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. RSVP to 62515191 by October 7.

October 9: To Plot or Not to Plot with Cate Whittle from 10am to 2pm at B Block Meeting Area, Gorman Arts Centre, Braddon, is about how to plot novels. Cost: ACTWC Member $90 (+b.f.), Non-member (includes 12 months of membership) $155 (+b.f.). eventbrite苏州美甲美睫培训学校/e/to-plot-or-not-to-plot-with-cate-whittle-tickets-26773170273?aff=litbits.

October 10:The Second Rush: Mining and the Transformation of Australia by David Lee will be launched in the National Library of Australia foyer at 6pm. Free admission. nla.gov419论坛.

October 14:  The School Magazine, the world’s longest continuously published children’s literary magazine, is celebrated at an exhibition curated by the National Centre for Australian Children’s Literature at Civic Library until October 21. At 4pm editor Alan Edwards will reveal highlights over the years.

October 12: Mark Di Stefano, author of What a Time to Be Alive: That and Other Lies of the 2016 Campaign, wil be in conversation with Guardian Australia’s political editor Katharine Murphy at Paperchain Bookstore Manuka at 5.45 for 6pm. RSVP 6295 6723.

October 13: Senator Lee Rhiannon will launch A Lover’s Country by Stuart Rees, about love, murder and human rights, at Paperchain Bookstore Manuka at 6 for 6.30pm. RSVP 6295 6723.

October 20: Adventurer Tim Cope will talk about his three-year trek, 10,000-kilometre trek in On the Trail of Genghis Khan: An Epic Journey through the Lands of the Nomads at the National Library of Australia Theatre, Lower Ground 1, at 6pm. $15 includes refreshments. nla.gov419论坛.

October 23: In Wonderlands, illustrator and storyteller Robert Ingpen reveals the places, stories and people that inspired him. National Library of Australia Theatre, Lower Ground 1, 2pm. $20. nla.gov419论坛.

October 27: Paul Daley reveals how research into scientific and anthropological exploitation of Indigenous Australians in the early 20th century inspired characters in his novel Jesustown in the Conference Room, Level 4, National Library of Australia at 5.30pm. Free. nla.gov419论坛.

October 27: Moving On: A Tale of the Millennium by Don Aitkin will be launched by Claudia Hyles at Paperchain Manuka at 6pm. RSVP 6295 6723.

October 30: In the 2016 Harold White Lecture, Journalist and author Di Morrissey looks back on her years in the Australian writing world and speculates on the future. National Library of Australia Theatre, Lower Ground 1, 2pm. $20 Friends, $30 Non-members. Bookings: nla.gov419论坛.

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