Guess who’s going to Voices on the Coast?

Posted: May 6, 2009 in Events, YA Fiction
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Voices on the Coast 2009

Voices on the Coast 2009

Tickets are on sale now for July’s excellent youth literature festival Voices on the Coast.

Festival organiser, the lovely Kelly Dunham, has  included a launch for my novel Dust at their gala opening at the University of the Sunshine Coast on Tuesday 14 July.

I will be hobnobbing with the literati over bubbles and canapes along with performance poet David Ghostboy Stavanger, and the Blokes and Books panelists. Click here to book your ticket for a fun evening basking in the glow of some of the brightest stars in the youth literature firmament.

Teachers can book school groups in for the Wednesday and Thursday sessions, by clicking here for the full program and booking forms.

Me, Morris Gleitzman and ten thousand school kids – should be wild! 🙂

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Comments
  1. Enjoy the bubbles and celebrations! It’s a wonderful festival

  2. chrisbongers says:

    Can’t wait. Some wonderful authors I’m dying to meet will be there and the kids are always great. I once visited more than 50 Qld schools in one year – and only had one class that was not-so-squeezy. Not sure who was having the bad day – me or them. 🙂

  3. james roy says:

    You’ll have a ball at Voices. Kelly D is a darling. I just hope the weather is better for you than it was last year – I’ve never seen horizontal rain like it. Not to mention the gas leak.

  4. chrisbongers says:

    I was at the Sunshine Coast during that monsoonal downpour, James (was spared the gas leak though). If it buckets again this year, at least I’ll have a captive audience. 🙂

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