Martin Flanagan and Polly Toynbee with Nicole Abadee
Adelaide Writers' Week
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Blake Morrison advises memoirists to remember god is in the details. Nicole Abadee tests this advice with Martin Flanagan and Polly Toynbee.
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Martin Flanagan was born in 1955 and graduated in law from the University of Tasmania in 1975. He has written many books, a play and two film treatments. From 1985 to 2017, he wrote for the Melbourne Age on sport and other subjects.
Polly Toynbee is a journalist and author. A Guardian columnist and broadcaster, she was formerly the BBC's social affairs editor. She has written for the Observer, the Independent and Radio Times and has been an editor at the Washington Monthly. She has won numerous awards including a National Press Award and the Orwell Prize for Journalism.
Nicole Abadee writes about books for Good Weekend, appears regularly at writers’ festivals and other literary events and has a books podcast: Books, Books, Books. She is also a literary consultant, helping writers to polish their work before they submit it to publishers.