Library tour

Come and talk about reading, writing, cults, power and Erina’s latest thriller, Deep in the Forest.

In conversation with Erina Reddan

Sunbury Library
Thursday 15 February
6.30 p.m

Erina Reddan author talk

Preston Library
Thursday 22 February
7.00 p.m

In conversation with Erina Reddan

Craigieburn Library
Thursday 16 March
11.00 a.m

In conversation with Erina Reddan

Melton Library
Saturday 23 March
Time TBA

In conversation with Erina Reddan

Broadmeadows Library
Thursday 11 April
6.30 p.m

Erina Reddan and Christos Tsiolkas

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Book Erina for your event

Erina is an engaging moderator, interviewer and host at literary festivals and events. She’s also a keynote speaker on a range of topics including:

 

Be the Hero of Your Own Life – the third act of your life is where the climax is.

The Seven Myths of Good Communication

Nobody Joins a Cult – How easy it is to get sucked in to a better way of being which becomes something else.  Just how fine the line is between intentional community and cult – you think you are joining a martial arts dojo, or meditation group but are you?  It’s all about how the power is exercised.

Girl Power – Female Friendships in Fiction How deep friendships hold you together both in real life and on the page.

Get in touch

For interviews, please talk to my publicist, Lauren Draper

ERINA REDDAN

Erina Reddan is an author and public speaker. Erina has a Masters Degree in Professional Writing (University of Technology Sydney) and is currently undertaking a PhD in Creative Writing (La Trobe University). She has been awarded the prestigious Walkley Award for her work as an ABC foreign correspondent. Erina has lectured in international politics at The University of Melbourne, tutored in creative writing at La Trobe University and taught at Writers Victoria.

BOOKS

I acknowledge the Wurrundjeri Woi Wurrung and the Yirrganydji peoples, the Traditional Custodians of the land on which I live and write.

I acknowledge that First Nation peoples were the first story tellers of this continent, and that colonisation and systemic racism has attempted to destroy their stories, voices and way of life.

I acknowledge the debt I owe to past and present generations for the privilege I have in being able to tell the stories I tell at this moment in our history.