Final program

The program for Thursday afternoon and Friday has now been finalised. They can be downloaded as Word files here:
Thursday program
Friday program

A file with the abstracts of all the speakers can be downloaded here:
Abstracts

We will a have copies of the program posted on the wall on the day so attendees can check the schedule, but are aiming to keep the symposium as ec-friendly as possible, so please consider not printing them out.

There are also still some tickets for the public event with Kate Forsyth on Thursday evening (details below). Register with this link for free tickets https://historicalfictionskateforsyth.eventbrite.com.au

Kate Forsyth wrote her first novel at the age of seven, and is now an internationally bestselling & award-winning author of almost forty books, ranging from picture books to poetry to novels for both adults and children. She was recently voted one of Australia's Favourite 15 Novelists, and has been called 'one of the finest writers of this generation'. She is also an accredited master storyteller with the Australian Guild of Storytellers, and has told stories to both children and adults all over the world. Her latest book is Beauty in Thorns, a novel based on the lives of the women of the Pre-Raphaelite circle.
Kate will speak about her research and writing about neglected women in history, followed by a conversation with author Kelly Gardiner on the joys and challenges of writing historical fictions.
A free event for readers and writers and all lovers of story.
The organisers thank the Association for the Study of Australian Literature and the Copyright Agency Limited for their generous support of this event, as part of the CAL/ASAL Patrons' Lecture seeries.

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