Join Pip Williams as she introduces The Bookbinder of Jericho, the follow-up to her internationally bestselling The Dictionary of Lost Words. Fusing her talent for historical research and lyrical storytelling, she tells the tale of a young woman who works in the bindery of Oxford University press during the outbreak of World War I.
Williams speaks with Rhett Davis about a richly rendered exploration of knowledge — who gets to make it, who has to access it, and what is lost when it is withheld.
Rhett Davis is the author of Hovering, which won the the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for an Unpublished Manuscript in 2020 and was shortlisted for the Readings New Australian Fiction Prize in 2022. He lives and ...
Pip Williams is the author of the much-loved memoir One Italian Summer and the global bestseller, The Dictionary of Lost Words. Its much anticipated companion novel, The Bookbinder of Jericho, will be published in April ...
Bestselling author of the acclaimed Magicians trilogy Lev Grossman leads a workshop on the craft of writing convincingly about magic, including fantastical items, creatures, systems, maps and mythologies.
Australian author Pip Williams introduces her richly rendered new novel The Bookbinder of Jericho, the follow-up to the internationally bestselling The Dictionary of Lost Words, speaking with Ailsa Piper.
Award-winning journalist Paul Daley (Jesustown) and acclaimed author Fiona McFarlane (The Sun Walks Down) talk about penning novels that explore the myths and realities of our colonial past with Tony Birch.