Beyond Words Bookclub:
A series of conversations where we go beyond the written word to delve into the themes, thoughts, possibilities and responsibilities, of our world today so we can be inspired to be part of a better tomorrow.
There will be a MINIMUM of two talks per month over ZOOM for members. However, we will still hold other author in-conversations during the month via ZOOM at times that suit the author, and these will be complimentary to members.
TALK#1 - Second Tuesday of the month 6pm - 7pm
A one hour in-conversation with an author about a non-fiction title focusing on the theme of "Better Living".
TALK#2 - Fourth Tuesday of the month 6pm - 7pm
A one hour panel conversation about a novel, often one that has just been published.
We are offering both these talks, and any additional talks we hold in the month, to
members on a subscription basis at $22 (incl GST) per month paid via direct debit.
Members can either join in LIVE or watch at a time that suits you ON DEMAND.
Members will also receive 10% off all full-priced books, not just the ones we discuss during the conversations.
Non-members can also join in live for each talk by paying a one off ticket price.
Tuesday 13th October, 6pm – 7pm via ZOOM
Meri Fatin will be in conversation with Christine Jackman
to discuss her memoir,
Turning Down the Noise
Tuesday 27th October, 6pm – 7pm via ZOOM
Meri Fatin will be in conversation with a guest panel
to discuss Craig Silvey’s new novel,
"I read this book in 24 hours. I still had all my regular work and life commitments, but sleep was sacrificed. I couldn't help it. I was moved to tears at times while reading it. I also cried at the end because I wasn't ready to say goodbye to these characters that moved me so much. I'm still not ready to say goodbye to them."
"Honeybee is proof of the value and validity of fiction, and the brilliance of authors who can successfully portray life experiences far beyond their own. What a gift that is to readers. And what a gift this book will be to any young person suffering the way that Sam did."