Friends of Kiama Library welcome Colin Dray talking about his book Sign on Saturday 4 August at 2.30 pm in Kiama Family History Centre.
Colin’s novel published last year by Allan and Unwin recounts how sometimes even the best of intentions can lead down a very dangerous road.
Colin Dray grew up in rural New South Wales, where he fell incurably in love with Shakespearean heroines. He currently teaches English literature at Campion College of the Liberal Arts, and has taught creative writing at the University of Wollongong. His short fiction has appeared in publications such as Meanjin , his criticism has appeared in Antipodes and Australian Literary Studies, and his early poetry has been burned to ash for the sake of humanity.
He now lives in Lake Illawarra with his wife and two daughters. Sign is his first novel.
The talk will be followed by afternoon tea. All welcome. Visitors $8 and Members $5.