Join us for our first live Author Talk for 2021 with Meg Keneally, who will be talking about her books ‘Fled’ and ‘The Wreck’ on Monday 29 March at 2:00pm.
During COVID closures Lithgow Library Learning Centre held online author talks in cooperation with NSW Public Libraries, and while these have proven to be very popular, the Library is very excited to be able to once again host a live event.
Meg Keneally worked as a public affairs officer, sub-editor, freelance feature writer, reporter, and talkback radio producer, before co-founding a financial service public relations company, which she then sold after having her first child. She is co-author with Tom Keneally of the first two books in The Monsarrat Series. Fled is her first solo novel and The Wreck her second.
Please note that COVID restrictions may necessitate the wearing of masks or alterations to this event and all participants must check in. Contact the Lithgow Library for more details on 63529100. Bookings are essential through Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/meg-keneally-author-talk-tickets-141645534607, or follow the links on the library website https://library.lithgow.com/.