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Every month Stanton Library hosts some of the world’s most exciting writers and thinkers to discuss their latest books. Missed out on seeing your favourite author in the flesh? Catch up with our audio recordings and relive the discussion, insights and laughter.

Writers at Stanton Stanton Library

    • Arts
    • 4.9 • 7 Ratings

Every month Stanton Library hosts some of the world’s most exciting writers and thinkers to discuss their latest books. Missed out on seeing your favourite author in the flesh? Catch up with our audio recordings and relive the discussion, insights and laughter.

    Aaron Patrick

    Aaron Patrick

    Aaron Patrick reveals the stories behind the Morrison government’s biggest scandals, from the shocking allegations against Christian Porter to the scandalous treatment of women inside the Liberal Party – stories with profound implications for Australian politics, media and society.

    Victoria Alexander

    Victoria Alexander

    Stylist and former Vogue Australia Fashion Editor Victoria Alexander will be introducing her new book ‘Home’. In it she gives her tips and shows the importance of an interplay of colours and textures. She also shows us interior elements from right around the world.

    Emma Patridge

    Emma Patridge

    ‘The Widow of Walcha' is a shocking true story about death, love and lies in the small NSW town of Walcha, and one of the most extraordinary criminal trials in Australia’s history.

    Mark Tedeschi

    Mark Tedeschi

    In ‘Missing, presumed dead’, former Crown Prosecutor Mark Tedeschi QC shares the shocking details about the disappearance without trace and murder of two women that caused massive police investigations and resulted in sensational trials that gripped Australia.

    David Hill

    David Hill

    David Hill introduces his book ‘Reckoning’, the story of how he and the other Forgotten Children took on the institutions that tried to break them - and won.

    Peter FitzSimons

    Peter FitzSimons

    In ‘The Opera House’, Peter FitzSimons marvels at how this magnificent building came to be, details its enthralling history and reveals the dramatic stories and hidden secrets about the people whose lives have been affected, both negatively and positively, by its presence.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Rubiandjude ,

Amazing authors. Great program.

So excited that this is now on iTunes. Stanton hosts so many great authors. They are usually held at lunchtime which I can't always attend due to being at work but now I can listen in on what I missed out on. Thank you Stanton Library!

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