News Item: Two upcoming Isobelle Carmody events this April
(Category: Isobelle Carmody Appearances)
Posted by Min
Saturday 26 March 2016 - 14:26:00
While Isobelle will be kept busy for most of April recording the Obernewtyn Chronicles audiobooks, she will be making a few appearances still, in Brunswick (Victoria) and Brisbane (Queensland).
As well as appearing at both the Perth and Adelaide Oz Comic-Con's this April, Isobelle will be making two additional appearances, in Melbourne and Brisbane, where she'll be talking and (re-)launching Alyzon Whitestarr respectively.
Here's the details of the two events:
VictoriaOne of Australia’s most popular fantasy writers, Isobelle will discuss the visual side of storytelling including the Little Fur and Land of the Lost series which she illustrated herself and Evermore, a graphic novel illustrated by Dan Reed and described as an “apocalyptic fairy tale”. She will also talk about the rare and lovely delight of re-reading and why it matters to her to have older works remain in print.
When: 6th April, 7:30pm
Where: Brunswick Library, 233 Sydney Rd, Brunswick VIC 3056 [map]
Cost: Free, but bookings are essential.
Bookings and Enquiries: book via Eventbrite; for enquiries phone 9389 8600 or email.
QueenslandDouble Book Launch
Join us at a very special event to launch new release works from two of Australia's best young adult authors.
We will also be launching a new edition of Alyzon Whitestarr, Isobelle Carmody’s bestselling young adult novel. Isobelle is a prolific writer of fantasy and young adult fiction, and was recently voted Australia’s most popular author for 2016!
Light refreshments will be provided.
When: 28th April, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Where: Queensland Terrace, level 2, State Library, Stanley Pl, South Brisbane QLD 4101 [map]
Cost: Free, but bookings are essential
Bookings and Enquiries: book via the event website; for enquiries phone (07) 3840 7576 or email the Library Shop.
We'll add any more events that crop up during April in other locations as soon as we hear about them!
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