Adelaide Festival // 2 - 18 March 2012

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Adelaide Writers’ Week

The Secret Lives of Houses : Jenny Erpenbeck

The Secret Lives of Houses : Jenny Erpenbeck

Not Dark Yet : David Walker

Not Dark Yet : David Walker

The World of Etgar Keret : Etgar Keret

The World of Etgar Keret : Etgar Keret

Paydirt : Garry Disher

Paydirt : Garry Disher

Close Encounters : Robyn Arianrhod, Andrea di Robilant and Selina Hastings

Close Encounters : Robyn Arianrhod, Andrea di Robilant and Selina Hastings

Surviving : Griffith Review

Surviving : Griffith Review

Tide Players : Jianying Zha

Tide Players : Jianying Zha

Unhappy Families : Fiona McGregor and Favel Parrett

Unhappy Families : Fiona McGregor and Favel Parrett

Fierce Focus : Greg Chappell and Malcolm Knox

Fierce Focus : Greg Chappell and Malcolm Knox

Will Grayson, Will Grayson : David Levithan

Will Grayson, Will Grayson : David Levithan

Her Father's Daughter : Alice Pung

Her Father's Daughter : Alice Pung

Dark Night : Martin Edmond

Dark Night : Martin Edmond

Five Bells : Gail Jones

Five Bells : Gail Jones

Voyages Real and Imagined : Dionne Brand, Andrea di Robilant and Martin Edmond

Voyages Real and Imagined : Dionne Brand, Andrea di Robilant and Martin Edmond

Taller When Prone : Les Murray

Taller When Prone : Les Murray

The China Hand : Paul French

The China Hand : Paul French

Dream a Little Dream : On Getting Published

Dream a Little Dream : On Getting Published

Imagining Peace in the Middle East : M J Akbar and Farid Farid

Imagining Peace in the Middle East : M J Akbar and Farid Farid

Reading by Moonlight : Brenda Walker

Reading by Moonlight : Brenda Walker

The 10pm Question : Kate De Goldi

The 10pm Question : Kate De Goldi

The Stranger's Child : Alan Hollinghurst

The Stranger's Child : Alan Hollinghurst

Magic for Beginners : Kelly Link

Magic for Beginners : Kelly Link

The Literary Journal : Heat, Meanjin, Quadrant, Voiceworks

The Literary Journal : Heat, Meanjin, Quadrant, Voiceworks

A Labour of Love : Nicki Greenberg

A Labour of Love : Nicki Greenberg

The Sea's Stories : Michael Crummey and Margo Lanagan

The Sea's Stories : Michael Crummey and Margo Lanagan

Leaving Home : Miguel Syjuco and Alice Pung

Leaving Home : Miguel Syjuco and Alice Pung

Colour Me English : Caryl Phillips

Colour Me English : Caryl Phillips

On and Off the Page : Megan Abbott, Paul Callaghan, Robert Shearman

On and Off the Page : Megan Abbott, Paul Callaghan, Robert Shearman

The Informers : Juan Gabriel Vásquez

The Informers : Juan Gabriel Vásquez

Looking for Flavour : Barbara Santich

Looking for Flavour : Barbara Santich

Australian Children's Laureate : Boori Monty Pryor

Australian Children's Laureate : Boori Monty Pryor

Who Will Speak for God : Eliza Griswold

Who Will Speak for God : Eliza Griswold

The Australian Moment : George Megalogenis

The Australian Moment : George Megalogenis

Reading from the 2012 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature

Reading from the 2012 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature

Piercingly Wonderful : Gillian Mears

Piercingly Wonderful : Gillian Mears

Stories from the Great War : Peter Stanley

Stories from the Great War : Peter Stanley

The Word Spy : Ursula Dubosarsky

The Word Spy : Ursula Dubosarsky

Tinderbox : M J Akbar

Tinderbox : M J Akbar

Writing Without Frontiers : Michael Hulse

Writing Without Frontiers : Michael Hulse

Burning Bright : Ron Rash

Burning Bright : Ron Rash

Dedication : Margo Lanagan

Dedication : Margo Lanagan

The Last Werewolf : Glen Duncan

The Last Werewolf : Glen Duncan

Keys to the Kingdom : Garth Nix

Keys to the Kingdom : Garth Nix

The Art of the Story : Wayne Macauley, Kelly Link, Ron Rash

The Art of the Story : Wayne Macauley, Kelly Link, Ron Rash

One Last Look : Susanna Moore

One Last Look : Susanna Moore

The Essay : Martin Edmond, Ramona Koval and Caryl Phillips

The Essay : Martin Edmond, Ramona Koval and Caryl Phillips

The Venetian Navigator : Andrea di Robilant

The Venetian Navigator : Andrea di Robilant

Learning to Love Your Country : Bruce Pascoe

Learning to Love Your Country : Bruce Pascoe

Indelible Ink : Fiona McGregor

Indelible Ink : Fiona McGregor

Grand Days : Frank Moorhouse

Grand Days : Frank Moorhouse

The Cook : Wayne Macauley

The Cook : Wayne Macauley

Adelaide : Kerryn Goldsworthy, Barbara Santich and David Walker

Adelaide : Kerryn Goldsworthy, Barbara Santich and David Walker

Bearing Witness : Eliza Griswold and Kathy Marks

Bearing Witness : Eliza Griswold and Kathy Marks

The Art of Biography : Selina Hastings and David Marr

The Art of Biography : Selina Hastings and David Marr

Poetry Reading

Poetry Reading

Political Fictions : Elliot Perlman

Political Fictions : Elliot Perlman

Where to From Here : International Publishers on the Future of the Book

Where to From Here : International Publishers on the Future of the Book

Patrick White : David Marr

Patrick White : David Marr

Norwegian Evil : Jo Nesbø

Norwegian Evil : Jo Nesbø

The Midnight Zoo : Sonya Hartnett

The Midnight Zoo : Sonya Hartnett

A Map to the Door : Dionne Brand

A Map to the Door : Dionne Brand

How Aborigines Made Australia : Bill Gammage and Philip Jones

How Aborigines Made Australia : Bill Gammage and Philip Jones

History Insists : Javier Cercas, Caryl Phillips

History Insists : Javier Cercas, Caryl Phillips

On Manhood : Malcolm Knox and Deborah Robertson

On Manhood : Malcolm Knox and Deborah Robertson

Clubs and Societies : Aidan Coleman, Ali Cobby Eckerman, Lionel Fogarty

Clubs and Societies : Aidan Coleman, Ali Cobby Eckerman, Lionel Fogarty

Pushing Against the Dark : Writing About the Hidden Self : Robert Dessaix

Pushing Against the Dark : Writing About the Hidden Self : Robert Dessaix

Dark Heart : Megan Abbott

Dark Heart : Megan Abbott

Weather Permitting : Dennis O’Driscoll

Weather Permitting : Dennis O’Driscoll

Staying in Character : Garry Disher and Frank Moorhouse

Staying in Character : Garry Disher and Frank Moorhouse

2012 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature

2012 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature

The Anatomy of a Moment : Javier Cercas

The Anatomy of a Moment : Javier Cercas

Galore : Michael Crummey

Galore : Michael Crummey

Kate Makes History : Kate Grenville

Kate Makes History : Kate Grenville

Seduced by Logic : Robyn Arianrhod

Seduced by Logic : Robyn Arianrhod

Visitations : Jenny Erpenbeck, Elliot Perlman and Juan Gabriel Vásquez

Visitations : Jenny Erpenbeck, Elliot Perlman and Juan Gabriel Vásquez

China : Paul French, Linda Jaivin and Jianying Zha

China : Paul French, Linda Jaivin and Jianying Zha

Hard Boiled : Megan Abbott and Jo Nesbø

Hard Boiled : Megan Abbott and Jo Nesbø

A Well Made Suit : Miguel Syjuco

A Well Made Suit : Miguel Syjuco

Boat People : Linda Jaivin, Juan Gabriel Vásquez and Caryl Phillips

Boat People : Linda Jaivin, Juan Gabriel Vásquez and Caryl Phillips

Adelaide Writers' Week

From Saturday, March 3 to Thursday, March 8 enjoy a week of readings, discussions and debate with a stunning international line-up of contemporary literature’s most compelling voices.

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Adelaide Writers' Week

 Raising the Dead - History & Fiction

Four writers who have used fiction to interrogate history join David Marr for readings and an in conversation session.

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Raising the Dead - History & Fiction

 The Away-bound Train - Writers on Place

Place is at the heart of works by four extraordinary writers who join Peter Goldsworthy for readings and an in conversation session.

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The Away-bound Train - Writers on Place

 Afternoon Tea at Beechwood with Myles Baldwin

Myles Baldwin, one of Australia’s foremost authorities on heritage gardens, shares his writing within Beechwood’s exceptionally beautiful surroundings.

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Afternoon Tea at Beechwood with Myles Baldwin

 Kids' Program

Storytelling, crafts, drawing, singing and one rather crooked stilt-walking man come together for a day of full on fun.

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Kids' Program

 Doctor Who and the Daleks

Fantasy writer Robert Shearman famously returned the Dalek to Doctor Who – celebrate the episode that was originally viewed by 8.6 million fans.

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Doctor Who and the Daleks

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Day Six

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