Join authors, Heather Ewings (book #48),
Isbel Shapcott (book #60)
and Pearl Maya (book #62)
for this glorious hour of storytelling
in Readings from the North.
From Deloraine and Launceston, these three authors will delight you with readings and anecdotes from their People’s Library books. Storytelling, performance, spoken word followed by lively discussion and good spirits.
In What The Tide Brings, a historian Heather Ewings explores her fascination with myth and folklore through the world of ‘selkies’ and a rupturing sea.
In Reweaving The World, Isabel Shapcott shines new light on a suite of classic folk tales – Hansel and Gretel, Sleeping Beauty and Snow White amongst her tellings.
In The Read Beanie And Other Stories, author Pearl Maya unfolds a collection of short stories that explore the critical junctures of our lives.
Join these three dynamic northern authors for a sweet entry into our first day of public events.
Saturday 8 September 2018
11:00am – 12:00noon
All welcome and there’s no need to book.
Refreshments will be available.
The complete list of Events for The People’s Library, including daily opening hours can be found HERE
The People’s Library has been assisted through the generous support and vision of many individuals and creative networks across Tasmania, including over 180 writers and writing support networks. A Published Event acknowledge the vision and support of commissioning and presenting partner, Salamanca Arts Centre.
This project has been assisted by: the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body; the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund, which supports the arts in regional and remote Australia; Creative Hobart (City of Hobart) and through generous support from the Allport Bequest. The Readers in Residence Program was assisted through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts through Artsbridge.
Image Credits: Image courtesy of A Published Event.