Natasha Sholl: Found, Wanting Sun 11 Sep, 2pm
Debut author Natasha Sholl‘s Found, Wanting charts her attempt to rebuild her life after her partner’s sudden death in a ‘beautifully written memoir that powerfully delivers the wisdom each of us will need at some point’ (Sarah Krasnostein). Join Sholl as she reflects on the expression of grief in one’s body, cultural assumptions about the ‘right’ way to grieve and resisting neat definitions around mourning. With Angela Meyer.
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