Posted by: Lisa Hill | October 13, 2013

‘Love and Laughter’ at 2013 Stonnington Literary Festival

Exciting news!   *drum roll*

The City of Stonnington will be holding its second annual
[untitled] Literary Festival in November
and I will be chairing a panel of authors to discuss the theme of Love and Laughter.
My guests will be the authors of books you’ve read about before on this blog:

*another drum roll*

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Yes, if you come along, you will have the chance to see and hear these authors:

Lesley Jørgensen, author of Cat and Fiddle, which I reviewed here;

Paddy O’Reilly, featured in Meet an Aussie Author on this blog.  I’ve reviewed two of Paddy’s novels, The Fine Colour of Rust and The Factory; and

Graeme Simsion author of The Rosie Project, which I reviewed here.

The session will be on Sunday 17 November between 2.00pm-4.00pm,
at the Phoenix Park Library in East Malvern.
Sessions are free but you need to book online or call: 8290 4000.

Find out more about the festival
– which will be launched by another author featured on Meet an Aussie Author,
Elliot Perlman –
at the festival website.


  1. Oh, how exciting! I loved both The Rosie Project and The Fine Colour of Rust but haven’t yet read Cat and Fiddle. I’ve pencilled the date in my diary, hope I can make it.


  2. I’ll try and come too Lisa. Hope you’re well.


  3. That will be great, I’m so looking forward to this:)


  4. Hope to get there

    Cheers Carol



    • We could travel in together!


  5. What a fabulous event. Three great authors and a superb chair. Wish I could be there. Congratulations Lisa. I’ll just have to look forward to hearing about it.


    • I’ll do my best to get some photos this year…


  6. Go you! Sounds like a great event, with great authors and a super-great chair! x


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