Guest Appearance: Dunedin Public Library “Genre-8: Flights of Fantasy” evening

I’m honoured to be part of this Dunedin Fantasy Author line-up:

Genre 8: Flights of Fantasy

Spend an evening in the company of 8 Dunedin SpecFic Authors. Each writer discusses aspects of their particular sub-genre, and gives a reading from their own work, with a chance for the audience to ask questions.

Followed by spot prize book giveaways!

Whether you’re a reader or a writer of fiction, enjoy the opportunity to immerse yourself in the many facets of speculative writing.

The authors who will be reading from their work are:

Andy Evans
Carolyn McCurdie
Daniel Stride
Deb E Howell
Jayne Castel
Kura Carpenter
RL Stedman
Sean P Martin

Details: Genre 8: Flights of Fantasy

Location: 4th floor in the Dunningham Suite of the Moray Place Dunedin City Library

Date:  11 October 2018 

Time: 5:30pm — 7:00pm.

This is a free event, but to ensure your seat bookings are advised. There is a email address or phone number for booking here.

Prose Writing Tips at the Dunedin Writers’ Workshop

I will be giving a brief talk at the Dunedin Writers’ Workshop on the 12th of September covering “Kura’s Quick and Practical Tips for Improving your Prose.”

LOCATION: Dunedin Writers’ Workshop, room 108, first floor of the King Edward Court Building
DATE: WEDNESDAY 12th September
TIME: open from 6pm, readings start at 7pm.

See you there,

Room 108 King Edward Court

Guest Appearance at the SALON

I have been kindly asked to read an excerpt from my novel The Kingfisher’s Debt at the next “Salon” Meeting, which is a monthly event for authors run by the Otago/Southland branch of the NZSA (New Zealand Society of Authors).

I will be appearing alongside of Carolyn McCurdie, Dunedin author of The Unquiet, a YA Sci-fi novel. I’m a big fan of Carolyn, so I’m looking forward to hearing her talk.

LOCATION: The Athenaeum Library, in the Octagon between Thistle and The Craic,
DATE: MONDAY 10th September
TIME: open from 6pm, readings start at 7pm.
Food available at The Craic. Alcohol strictly BYO.

See you there, should be a fun night.

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