Anne Buist is Chair of Women’s Mental Health at the University of Melbourne, whose novels featuring forensic psychiatrist Natalie King are Medea’s Curse and Dangerous to Know. Graeme Simsion is the author of the bestselling The Rosie Project and its sequel, The Rosie Effect. As a husband-and-wife writing team they have just published Two Steps Forward, a novel about renewal and rediscovery.
Find out how writing a book together, as a couple, works. Is it fun, is it challenging? Is it done over the dishes and do they literally finish each other’s sentences? And just how much of Anne and Graeme are in their main characters, Zoe and Martin, who have both needed up in picturesque Cluny, central France, struggling to come to terms with their recent past.
Join us for a special Bipartisan with these fascinating writers and individuals for insight into the writing process, as well as the stories we share and the ones we keep to ourselves. In conversation with Suzanne Kiraly.
Tickets: $12 (includes a complimentary glass of house wine or soft drink)