Else Fitzgerald: Everything Feels Like the End of the World Sun 11 Sep, 3pm
Debut author Else Fitzgerald‘s short story collection Everything Feels like the End of the World is ‘an exquisite elegy for the world we know, and the world we know is to come’ (Briohny Doyle). Join Fitzgerald as she explores possible futures, from an Australia not so different from our present day to one thousands of years into an unrecognisable future. With Kate Mildenhall.
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