Killing off the Cliché: Female Protagonists in Crime Panel (Brisbane, August 27)!

Friday, June 24, 2016

I am thrilled to appear on a crime writing panel at Old Government House on August 27, a Miss Fisher's Special Event held during the Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries Costume Exhibition. Here are the details:

Killing off the Cliché: Female Protagonists in Crime Panel
Join some of Queensland’s most exciting home-grown crime authors as they delve into the world of crime writing and how they challenge the stereotypes of the female protagonist. Killing off the cliché is a discussion panel hosted by Penny Holliday, QUT Academic in Creative Writing and Literary Studies, and joined by authors and Sisters in Crime members Mirandi Riwoe, T.J Hamilton, Lea Scott and Steph Bowe. Don’t miss this killer opportunity to take part in a captivating crime writing conversation.

DATE: Saturday 27 August 2016 
TIME: 2pm – 3.30pm

WHERE: The Day Nursery, Old Government House, Brisbane

Trust Member $40 
Non-member $45 
(includes light refreshments and admission to the exhibition) 
limit of 36 people

Bookings open June 27. For further details, and to book, visit the Old Government House website.
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