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Term Two for Fairy Poppilna's Story School starts on Tuesday 28th April.

$10 per class per child.

10am every second Tuesday of the school term.

Bookings essential.



 Authors Up The Cross - Kate Grenville in conversation about "One Life:  My Mother's Story"

Tuesday 23 June, 6.30pm

Kings Cross Library, 1/50-52 Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross

FREE EVENT, but bookings essential.

To book ring 9331 6642

Join us for a very special evening with one of Australia's most awarded and celebrated authors, Kate Grenville.

Kate will be talking about her new book One Life: My Mother's Story which is a memoir about her mother Nance - a woman whose life spanned a centuryof tumult and change in Australia.  In many ways Nance's story echoes that of many Australian mothers and grandmothers, for whom the spectacular shifts of the 20th century offered a path of new freedoms and choices.  The book was drawn from fragments of a memoir discovered after Nance's death and this event promises to be a very personal and intimate exchange.



Authors Up the Cross - Anna Broinowski in conversation with Nell Schofield about "The Director is the Commander"

Tuesday 21 July, 6.30pm

FREE EVENT, but bookings essential

To book, ring 9331 6642

Filmmaker and writer Anna Broinowksi joins us for an evening of politics, propaganda and bizarre journeys when she talks to activist and journalist Nell Schofield about her new book The Director is the Commander - a book that came from her world-first journey into Pyongyang to collaborate with North Korea's top directors, composers and movie stars to film her anti-fracking documentary Aim High in Creation!

Don't miss this opportunity to hear first hand Anna's gripping, funny and compelling account of an extraordinary journey inside a nation we can usually only see from the outside looking in.



Authors Up the Cross - Antonia Hayes in conversation with Benjamin Law about "Relativity"

Tuesday 25 August, 6.30pm

FREE EVENT, but bookings essential

To book, ring 9331 6642

Australian author, Antonia Hayes worked in bookshops and publishing, juggled motherhood and was a co-director of the National Young Writers' Festival whilst writing her debut novel Relativity - a novel about science, love, unbreakable bonds and irreversible acts.

Already receiving great praise here and abroad, we are very excited to have Antonia joining us to discuss Relativity with Benjamin Law, as we know that this is a book and an author that you will find absolutely irresistible.