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First Chapters at Brunswick Bound

Brunswick Bound

Event Date: 6 July 2018
Author / Presenters: Mira Robertson, Justin Heazlewood, HC Gildfind & Moreno Giovannoni

FREE EVENT, bookings essential
7pm start

First Chapters is an event series featuring readings by local authors.

It's a wonderful opportunity for readers to discover new authors - and for authors to discover new audiences.

This month we are featuring H. C. Gildfind, Justin Heazlewood, Mira Robertson and Moreno Giavannoni.

Check out the Brunswick Bound website to find out more about forthcoming First Chapter Events.

H.C. Gildfind lives in Melbourne and has published short stories, poetry, essays and book reviews in Australia and overseas. Gildfind has also researched interwar Australian literature and history, has been mentored by novelist Andrea Goldsmith. She will be reading from her book of short stories The Worry Front.

Justin Heazlewood is an award-winning writer, musician and comic. As the Bedroom Philosopher he has released three albums including the ARIA-nominated Songs from the 86 Tram, featuring the Triple J hit ‘Northcote (So Hungover)’, the video for which scored nearly a million hits on YouTube. He was a senior writer for frankie for five years. His first book, The Bedroom Philosopher Diaries, was published in 2012 and his second book, Funemployed, was published in 2014. Justin will be reading from Get Up Mum.

Mira Robertson is an award-winning screenwriter who has also published short fiction. Her feature film credits include the multi award winning films Only the Brave and Head On, co-written with director Ana Kokkinos. Mira will be reading from her first novel The Unexpected Education of Emily Dean.

Moreno Giovannoni was born in San Ginese but grew up in a house on a hill, on a tobacco farm at Buffalo River in north-east Victoria. He is a freelance translator of long standing. Moreno will be reading from The Fireflies of Autumn: And Other Tales of San Ginese.

To read interviews with these authors, go to the Brunswick Bound blog.

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