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FORTHCOMING EVENTS  
Friday 13 July 2018

Celebrate Honey Bees!

10:30am at Readings Kids - 315 Lygon St, Carlton Victoria

Felicity Marshall has written a wonderful picture book, Hello, Honey Bee, a whimsical tale of friendship that explores the importance of bees in our daily lives. Join Felicity and her bee-utiful friends for a celebration of bees - there’ll be beehives, a bee-keeping suit and, of course, honey! This event is suitable for everyone aged from 4-10 years old.

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Hello, Honey Bee

Sunday 15 July 2018

Launch of Michael Komesaroff's Reds Under The Bed by Howard Goldenberg,

4 pm at Glen Huntly Park Function Room, Glen Huntly, Victoria - free entry

"A well researched and absorbing record of a respected family highlighting its pursuit by ASIO. A great read.
Bernard Rechter (former director of the Monash University Centre for Jewish Civilisation).

Delightfully written and fastidiously researched, Reds Under The Bed is a fascinating look at the history of one immigrant family, and the surprising amount of attention paid to them by Australia’s overzealous security services.”
Ted Plafker, foreign correspondent and author.

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Reds Under The Bed

Thursday 19 July 2018

Launch of Trochus, Against The Odds at Brisbane’s Riverside Place forecourt from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.

Trochus is a story of one man's dream to make an equitable life for himself and his family. After being forced out of his previous livelihood, Warren Hill recovers a wrecked vessel considered to be near-unsalvageable, intending to transform it into a vessel tailor-made for collecting trochus shells off the Queensland coast.

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Trochus, Against The Oddsn

Wednesday 25 July 2018

Plus61J presents the launch of People of the Boot - The Triumphs and Tragedy of Australian Jews in Sport, edited by Ashley Browne and Dashiel Lawrence. Some of our finest journalists tell the stories of Sir Frank Lowy, Todd Greenberg, Jessica Fox, Michael Klinger, Cheryl and Nikki Bart, Julien Wiener, David Smorgon and many more.

To be launched by one of Australia's foremost sports writers, Malcolm Knox, a columnist for the Sydney Morning Herald and author of numerous sport books.

6 - 8pm at Club Rose Bay, 1 Vickery Ave, Rose Bay NSW

Tickets are free but spaces limited - book your seats now!
People of the Boot

Saturday 4 August 2018

Book Launch of Techno Shuffle Rave Culture & the Melbourne Underground.

New York 1978, London 1988, Melbourne 1998. Twenty years on from the disco revolution and a decade after acid house, Melbourne's warehouse party scene was at its peak. Mixing American dance music with English rave culture, Melbourne's raving pioneers created a thriving underground scene that paid homage to both '70s punk and the '80s gay dance party. As the British rave dream soured and Anna Wood's death turned out the lights in Sydney, Melbourne's raves became world famous. Every weekend in 'Techno City', thousands of ravers expressed their freedom through music, ecstasy and dancing the Melbourne shuffle.

7.00pm at Xe54, 334/344 City Rd, Melbourne VIC

Please CLICK HERE to contact the publisher for further details.
Techno Shuffle

Sunday 5 August 2018

So Far, So Good author Antony Funnell will be at the Byron Writers Festival .

The Serious Business of Writing Humour
9.00 - 10.00
Venue: Southern Cross University Marquee

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So Far, So Good

Wednesday 26 September 2018

In cemetaries throughout Australia, gravestones hint at our history - tales of settlement, unsolved murders, love lost, mystery, tragedy, health epidemics, scandal and sacrifice. Grave Tales the series, reveals more than the headstone can ever convey by tracing the tumultuous journeys that lead to these final resting places.

Join Grave Tales' authors/journalists Helen Goltz and Chris Adams to hear more about the ordinary people caught up in extraordinary events.

1pm at Hervey Bay Library, Hervey bay, Queensland

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Grave Tales

Forthcoming Events for Carolyn Pethick, author of To Hell and Back - A Policewoman's Story

To Hell and Back is a memoir detailing one policewoman's trials and tribulations working within the ranks of the Victorian Police Force from the early 1980's to the present day. Despite numerous instances of harassment, false accusations and character assassinations, the member still manages to maintain her sanity and perform her policing duties to the best of her ability. Ultimately, this is a story about one person's struggle to say and do the right thing, to follow procedure, no matter what the eventual cost to herself or her career.

4 July 2018 Parktone Probus Club

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To Hell and Back
 
 
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