Meet Susan Duncan

Following the success of our events at Ginger’s Coffee Studio with Hannah Kent and Anna Goldsworthy, we’re gearing up for our final literary evening of the year.

Susan Duncan

Join us at 7:00 pm on Monday October 21 to meet Susan Duncan, author of The House at Salvation CreekThe Briny Cafe and, most recently, Gone Fishing.

Susan has had a twenty-five year career spanning newspaper, radio and magazines, including as editor of The Australian Women’s Weekly and New Idea.

We’ve brought the ticket price down to $25 a head. Food is included, drinks are available for purchase.

RSVP below (and on Facebook, if you’re a hip social media kind of person), then pick up your tickets from the shop.

Hope to see you there for what should be a great night!

About Samuel

Samuel has worked at Mostly Books since he was sixteen years old. He’s now twenty-three. During his time as a bookseller, he’s also completed a Bachelor of Creative Arts in Creative Writing at Flinders University, with an Honours thesis on the representation of LGBT people in young adult fiction, for which he was awarded a University Medal. He's had a few short stories published, judged the Indie Book Award three times and been twice nominated for Random House Young Bookseller of the Year. He reads practically everything (except for sport biographies and self-help books), and particularly enjoys contemporary Australian literary fiction, young adult and children’s fiction, surreal and magic-realist fiction and long-form journalism. He is the person to ask if you need help finding a book for a reluctant reader. His favourite part of the job is running the Young Writers Group, which has been going strong since July 2012.

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