Aug
14

Radio Interview – Thirty Minutes with Conor Burke – Eastside 89.7 FM

Chat writing and The Nancys with Conor Burke on his show

“Thirty Minutes with… ” Link to the episode here;

https://eastsidefm.org/episodes/thirty-minutes-with-600pm-14th-aug-2019/

Aug
14

Write On with Vanda Symon – talking The Nancys – OAR105.4 FM

https://oar.org.nz/event/write-on-with-vanda-symon/

Aug
13

Author Event – Katherine Kovacic & R.W.R. McDonald in-conversation

Description

Another night of great crime writing conversation at Brunswick Bound Upstairs in August.

Katherine Kovacic (Painting In the Shadows) and Rob McDonald (The Nancys) will be in discussion about their books, their writing journey and more.

We love it when good friends (with dastardly imaginations) get together to talk books, and this promises to be a criminally entertaining evening.

Katherine Kovacic is a former veterinarian turned art historian who works with a wide variety of museums, galleries and historic houses. She lives in Melbourne with a Borzoi and a Scottish Deerhound. The Portrait of Molly Dean was her debut novel and the first Alex Clayton art mystery.

Rob McDonald is a Kiwi living in Melbourne with his two daughters and an extended family of two baby mommas, an estranged cat, Flower, and Stevie Nicks the chicken. Rob attended Faber Academy’s Writing a Novel Stage 1 and Stage 2 and an excerpt of The Nancys was published in the Faber Writing Academy ‘Writing a Novel’ Anthology, Allen & Unwin (2016). Rob realised while studying journalism that writing fiction, rather than reporting facts, was his true bent. The Nancys was Highly Commended for an Unpublished Manuscript in the 2017 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards.

Check out the Brunswick Bound website for other forthcoming events.

We acknowledge that the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation are the traditional owners and storytellers of the land on which we meet, share stories, learn and read together.

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/katherine-kovacic-rwr-mcdonald-in-conversation-tickets-63461938366