Dymock’s First Tuesday Bookclub

Tonight, I’ll be at Dymocks Camberwell’s First Tuesday Bookclub at the Ebony Quill Cafe, next door to Dymocks in Burke Road: 6.45pm-8.15pm. Doors open at 6.00 pm. Crime writer Emma Viskic will be there too. See you there.

New Teacher’s Notes for The Four Seasons of Lucy McKenzie

They’ve been a while coming but, at last, there’s a set of downloadable Teachers’ notes for The Four Seasons of Lucy McKenzie. Year 7 students at Siena College in Melbourne studied the novel this year and their wonderful English Department helped create the notes. Check them out on the book’s Curriculum Support page: http://kirstymurray.com/books/the-four-seasons-of-lucy-mckenzie/curriculum-support/

 

Writing for Children Course at the Faber Academy

I’ll be teaching the 2016 Writing for Children course at the Faber Academy in Melbourne from March – May next year. Guests lecturers include Sally Rippin, Wendy Orr and Simmone Howell. For more information visit the Faber Academy website

Kirsty is an Australian author of books for children and young adults.

“Books are windows into other ways of being.”

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