Afternoon Tea with Amanda Curtin

The State Buildings and writingWA welcome Amanda Curtin to host a Literary Afternoon Tea to celebrate the launch of her book Kathleen O’Connor of Paris.

Hosted in The Mark, The Treasury Lounge and Bar team will be serving their spring afternoon tea, featuring a selection of sweet and savoury treats that highlight Western Australian produce.

Our event partners, Boffins Books, will be on hand with copies of the book for you to purchase.

Saturday 3 November, 1.00-3.00pm
Prices from $60.  Bookings Here


Podcasts for you

We’re excited to be able to share three podcasts from our recent WA Writing and Publishing Sector Forum.  These sessions were all hugely popular with our live audiences and are rich with information for writers and other sector practitioners.

Measuring Social Impact with June Moorhouse, Nin Kirkham and Kate Noske.

Podcasting - the Next Big Thing? with Claire Miller, Sarah Tout and Meri Fatin.

The Art of Live with Laurie Steed, Jan Nicholls and Meri Fatin.


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Underscore

Congratulations to Kim Scott, shortlisted in the fiction category of the 2018 Prime Minister's Literary Awards for Taboo. The winners will be announced later in the year.