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Alan Carter in NZ

Murder in the library or murder in a bookshop? If you’re a New Zealander – the choice is yours. Alan Carter will be launching his new book Marlborough Man at Volume on Wednesday 31 May. A day later, he’ll be at the Elma Turner Library with fellow crime writers Fiona Sussman and David Briggs as host Karen Stade cross-examines them on how they blend page-turning crime plots with fascinating characters and real-life themes.

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Join Alan Carter for a literary lunch or supper

Lovers of crime fiction will get two chances to catch up with award-winning author Alan Carter in Western Australia this month as he introduces a new book and a new character. Alan will be a guest at the seventeenth Argyle Diamonds Ord Valley Muster in the Kimberley before appearing at Beaufort Street Books in Mt Lawley.

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A bookwarming in Wellington

You’re invited to a bookwarming for The Hope Fault by Tracy Farr. The Hope Fault is a celebration of the complexities of family: aunties and steps and exes; parents and partners who are missing, and the people who replace them. It’s about life’s faultlines, and the unsettling certainty of uncertainty.

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Black Swan bring Lighthouse Girl to the stage

The world premiere of Hellie Turner’s The Lighthouse Girl is set to take place in Albany, the birthplace of the much-loved Anzac story. Based on Dianne Wolfer’s acclaimed books, Lighthouse Girl and Light Horse Boy, the play will premiere at the Albany Entertainment Centre on 22 April before its Perth season at the State Theatre Centre of WA from 28 April to 14 May 2017.

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Fremantle Press at Perth Writers Festival 2017

The 2017 PIAF Perth Writers Festival is almost at our doorstep and we are counting down the days! Running on 23–26 February, the festival celebrates the world of literature and the creative talents of writers and artists. The program offers a smorgasbord of workshops, seminars, panel discussions, family activities and free events. The festival is also a wonderful opportunity for you to meet Fremantle Press authors, whose books will be available at the festival bookshop.

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