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Date
Tuesday, 25 May 2021
Time
6 to 7.30pm
Location
Hetzel Lecture Theatre, Institute Building (Ground floor)
Cost
Free, bookings essential

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About the presenter

Eleanor Hogan is a literary nonfiction writer whose books, Into the Loneliness: the unholy alliance of Ernestine Hill and Daisy Bates and the City series’ Alice Springs, focus on central Australia. She was winner of the Peter Blazey Fellowship 2017 and the Hazel Rowley Literary Fellowship 2019 for biographical writing.

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Join author Eleanor Hogan in conversation with Kerryn Goldsworthy, writer and critic, about the writing of Into the Loneliness: the unholy alliance of Ernestine Hill and Daisy Bates. Who were these eccentric, peripatetic women and how did they contribute to Australian history and writing? Hear more about Eleanor's research and drive across the Nullarbor in search of their stories.

Free event; complimentary glass of wine. Books available for purchase.