Update to the Milestones event with Caroline Brothers.
Unfortunately, due to some unforeseen circumstances, we have had to alter our programming.
Below are the updated details for the event on 30 May:
Milestones will now feature only Caroline Brothers in conversation with James Dryburgh followed by Q&A.
7.00pm for 7.30pm start (drinks available at the bar and book signing available from 7.00pm)
Tickets: $15 ($10 concession / TWC members) Book Here
Venue: Moonah Arts Centre, Albert Road, Moonah
As a former New York Times correspondent, Caroline has covered events in South America and worldwide. She has made the transition to novelist, using her profound knowledge of true events as the springboard to explore political and social issues in fiction.
Caroline’s latest novel, The Memory Stones, tells the story of the Disappeared, thousands of Argentinians who fell victim to the violence of the late 1970s. Depicting the despair and hope of one family as it seeks to rebuild after unimaginable loss, it is a devastating portrait of a country that has come face to face with terror, and the long, dark shadow it leaves behind.
A particularly poignant story in today’s world of uncertainty, violent regimes, challenges to democracy and freedom of the press.
Tuesday, 30 May 2017 | 6.30 – 9.00pm
Moonah Arts Centre, 23-27 Albert Road, Moonah TAS
This May 30th, the Tasmanian Writers Centre will present a panel with leading Tasmanian voices followed by a talk with former New York Times correspondent Caroline Brothers.
Milestones is an event presented by the Tasmanian Writers Centre in collaboration with Recognise Tasmania and the Moonah Arts Centre. Tickets are $25 ($20 Concession) and are available through the Tasmanian Writers Centre website: https://www.taswriters.org/events/milestones-caroline-brothers-recognise-tasmania/