Get warmer with Alan Carter
7th March 2014
Alan Carter’s first Cato Kwong novel Prime Cut won the Ned Kelly Award for Best First Fiction and was shortlisted for the Crime Writers Association of UK’s Debut Dagger. His new novel Getting Warmer will make you think twice before venturing out on a dark night in Fremantle.
Taking time out from his day job as a television documentary maker, Alan will be talking at the Peppermint Grove Library and the Fremantle Library on Tuesday 8 April.
Alan said he is looking forward to retracing his journey to becoming a writer.
‘I’ll be talking about how Getting Warmer came about and the challenges of writing about your home town,’ said Alan.
‘I’ve just come back from Shanghai where I was on a research trip for my third book in the series and I’ll be giving the audience a taste of my future plans for Cato Kwong,’ said Alan.
Peppermint Grove Library event details
Tuesday 8 April, 9.30am
Peppermint Grove Library, corner Leake St and Stirling Hwy
Parking available behind the Grove Shopping Centre
Westcoast Community Centre Course code: T107
Cost: $12 members / $17 non-members
Fremantle City Library event details
Tuesday 8 April, 6.30pm
Fremantle City Library, 8 William St
Light refreshments provided.
Bookings: fremantlelibrary.eventbrite.com.au or call 94329766.
For more information please contact Claire Miller, firstname.lastname@example.org
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