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Where to find me

It’s been exciting with the launch of the latest Alex Clayton art mystery, Painting in the Shadows, but there’s more!

Melbourne Rare Book Week, July 5-14. Free events about everything book! I’ll be talking about Molly Dean on July 11 at 6.30, but on July 10, join Abbe Holmes, Carmel Shute, Chris Browne and I when we discuss forgotten Australian crime writer Charlotte Jay. Check out the full program here. And as a teaser, check out this video on YouTube

Historical Novel Society of Australasia conference Parramatta NSW, October 26 and 27. Lots of wonderful speakers and workshops! I’ll be talking with Robert Gott and Tessa Lunney (with FelicityPulman deftly juggling us all!) about history and mystery. Find the program here.

BAD Sydney Crime Writers Festival, 6-8 September. Check out the website here.

You can hear me on Radio National’s The Bookshelf and on 3CR’s Published or Not.

Diving into some aspects of Painting in the Shadows with Barbie from Living Arts Canberra (scroll down when the linked page opens)!

Have you checked out Words and Nerds Podcast? Dani Vee chats to some amazing authors (and me)! Words and Nerds

Some things you've missed...

March 30, 12.30pm. Author talk at Rowville Library.

A lovely evening chatting about Painting in the Shadows at The Leaf Bookshop on April 5.

An evening at the Hawthorn Arts Centre (courtesy of Boroondara Libraries) talking with Gideon Haigh about Molly Dean.

First Chapters at Brunswick Bound Bookshop

Killer Reads at St Kilda Writers Week

An Evening of Crime at Tim's Bookshop

A cosy chat at The Leaf Bookshop

Official Launch at Readings, St Kilda.

Sisters in Crime -  Past Imperfect: Delving into the swirl of history, murder and intrigue

 

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Pssst! If you've scrolled down this far, I can share with you that Alex, John and Hogarth have another art mystery to solve. Coming soon...

April 2018: Winner of the Betka Prize (part of the E.J. Brady Short Story Competition) awarded by the Mallacoota Arts Council for a humerous short story.

August 2017: Named runner-up in this year's S.D. Harvey Short Story Award.