Unhappy Families : Fiona McGregor and Favel Parrett
Adelaide Writers' Week - Wednesday, March 7 2012
East Stage, 2.30pm
In Fiona McGregor’s Indelible Ink and Favel Parrett’s Past the Shallows, families negotiate crisis. In McGregor’s Sydney, a middle aged woman loses her marriage and her health while finding solace in a tattoo parlour. In Parrett’s Tasmania, a trio of brothers endure the tyranny of their widowed father’s violent neglect. Join these two talented novelists as they discuss the violence that lurks in Australia’s pristine places.
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Pioneer Women`s Memorial Garden
Wed 7 Mar 2.30pm - 3.30pm
Pioneer Women's Memorial Garden
King William Road
The main entrance is located on King William Road between the Torrens Parade Ground and the rear of Government House in Adelaide's central business district.
Bus stop Z2 travelling from North into Adelaide CBD or stop A2 travelling into the Adelaide CBD from the South.
A short walk from the Adelaide Railway Station.
Tram from Glenelg or Adelaide Entertainment Centre, stop at Adelaide Railway Station, North Terrace.
Click here to pre-book your carpark with Upark. We recommend UPark on Gawler Place or Upark on Topham Mall as the closest to this venue. Adelaide Festival Centre's car park is closed.
Supported by Hachette, Australia.
Canada Council for the Arts
Copyright Agency Limited, Embassy of Italy
Embassy of Spain, Goethe-Institut,
Independent Arts Foundation, Instituto Cervantes Sydney, New Zealand Book Council, University of South Australia and USA Consulate
This project has been assisted by the Commonwealth Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
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