See you in 2014!
SMSA Board and Staff
The SMSA is proud to be the home of the Tom Keneally Centre.
Come and visit; it’s a perfect place to do some research or just enjoy some peace and quiet.
Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 10:30am – 2:30pm.
The Tom Keneally Centre was a hotbed of activity yesterday when Walter Mason took over Tom Keneally’s office for the day. (Fortunately, Tom was willing to share!)
Over an 8 hour span, Walter interviewed Tom, PM Newton, Claire Scobie, Garry Wotherspoon and Helen O’Neill in the Tom Keneally Centre as Southerly journal’s guest blogger.
Walter also had an opportunity to chat with several members and also to hear Tom Keneally talk about his newest novel, Shame and the Captives.
Thanks to Walter, Southerly and all the authors who took part. What a great day!
Shame and the Captives and his pick for the one novel everyone should read.
P. M. Newton
Crime writing, her forthcoming book Beams Falling and Doris Lessing
writing, travel writing and her first novel, The Pagoda Tree
Helen’s distinctive books, architecture & her new biography of Harry Seidler.
SMSA’s idiosyncratic past, writing history and his upcoming project on the Queer Chinese diaspora.
Tom Keneally’s newest novel Daughters of Mars has been given outstanding reviews by the BBC’s Saturday Review program..
Daughters of Mars, which was released in Australia by Random House in August, is about two country girls who become nurses in the First World War.
A copy of Daughters of Mars can be borrowed from the Library on level 2.