Meg Mundell

MEG MUNDELL

Meg Mundell’s second novel, The Trespassers (UQP August 2019) is partly set in Port Phillip Bay, near Queenscliff. Meg is a New Zealand-born author, journalist and academic. She wrote the acclaimed novel Black Glass (2011) and the short story collection Things I Did for Money (2013). Meg is now a Research Fellow in Writing and Literature at Deakin University.

FEATURED EVENTS

SUNDAY 19 MAY
10.30am – 11.30am

His Brilliant Career

QUEENSCLIFF TOWN HALL

$20 /

Australian crime writer Michael Robotham is a global bestselling author. In conversation with acclaimed writer Meg Mundell, he walks us through the twists and turns of his brilliant career.

Michael Robotham
Interviewed by Meg Mundell
SUNDAY 19 MAY
2.00pm – 3.00pm

Mystery at the Heart of Fiction

QUEENSCLIFF TOWN HALL

$25 /

Three of Australia’s finest writers – Toni Jordan (The Fragments), Christian White (The Nowhere Child) and Stephanie Bishop* (Man Out of Time) – discuss loss, secrets, love and family.

Toni Jordan, Christian White and Stephanie Bishop*
Facilitator: Meg Mundell

*We are sorry to advise that Stephanie Bishop can no longer attend QLF 2019 as she has been invited to do a Fellowship in the US.

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