27th May 2013
Robyn Davidson is an acclaimed Australian writer and nomad at heart. Her debut novel Tracks - an engaging account of Robyn's journey herding camels across Australia - has won the hears of the world; not to mention numerous international industry awards and being published in twenty languages. Beyond Tracks, Robyn's literary journey has spread far and wide, having written more novels, an anthology and many essays; including the Quarterly Essay published by Blackinc. Robyn has written a feature film for ABC television and her literary reviews, travel pieces and journalism have been published in international newspapers and magazines including The National Geographic Magazine, Bunte, Sterne, Geo, London Sunday Times, Guardian, TLS, Granta as well as The Monthly, Nation Review and The Age.
Robyn has given lectures at the New York Public Library, the Smithsonian Institute and the Geographical Society and this week will be speaking privately to members of the Melbourne Forum. Join Robyn as she talks about nomadism, ancient and modern, and the effects of modernity on indigenous peoples.
Event hosted by Andrea Hull.
27th May 2013, 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Ticket Price includes GST
Bookings Close: 23rd May 2013