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First Chapters with Nick Gadd, Lisa Gorton and Alex Landragin

Brunswick Bound

Event Date: 6 March 2020
Author / Presenters: Nick Gadd, Lisa Gorton, Alex Landragin, Brunswick Bound

On the first Friday night of each month, Brunswick Bound Upstairs hosts a night of local author readings.

It's your chance to discover a new author and for authors to discover new audiences.

In March the event will include readings from Nick Gadd (The Death of a Typographer), Lisa Gorton (Empirical) and Alex Landragin (Crossings).

Each author will read from their work and there will be a short Q&A afterwards.

Light refreshments will be served at the event.

Nick Gadd is a novelist and essayist. His first novel Ghostlines won a Victorian Premier's Literary Award and a Ned Kelly Award. Nick's essays and articles have appeared in Meanjin, Griffith Review, Kill Your Darlings, Elsewhere: a Journal of Place, The Guardian and in several anthologies.

Lisa Gorton has a PhD on the poetry of John Donne from the University of Oxford. She is a poet and novelist, essayist and reviewer. Her first poetry collection Press Release won the Victorian Premier’s Award for Poetry; her second, Hotel Hyperion was awarded the Philip Hodgins Memorial Medal. Her novel The Life of Houses was the co-winner of the 2016 Prime Minister’s Award for Fiction.

Alex Landragin is a writer whose fiction explores place, migration and literature's formal potential.He has worked as a copywriter, travel writer, journalist, librarian, indigenous community worker, wine merchant and musician. Alex was born in France and migrated to Australia as a child. He has lived in Marseille, Alice Springs, Paris, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Washington DC and currently resides in Melbourne.

Check out the Brunswick Bound blog to read our First Chapters Q&A with each of these authors and our website for other First Chapters event details.

We acknowledge that the Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation are the traditional owners and storytellers of the land on which we meet, share stories, learn and read together.

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