Coffee and Conversation with. . . Diana Plater

Coffee and Conversation with. . . award-winning local author, journalist, playwright, travel writer and media consultant Diana Plater.

Diana was born in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, grew up in Sydney and now enjoys life on the beautiful south coast of New South Wales, Diana’s latest book, Whale Rock is set in a Sydney cafe, Central America and the south coast. Whale Rock has just won Gold Award for Popular Literary
Fiction at the Global EbookAwards 2019.

The inspiration for her novel is a secret military hospital in Nicaragua treating soldiers for PTSD in the mid 1980s, the time she was working there as a journalist. She has covered conflicts and politics from Canberra to New York and travel from Suriname to Broome.

Diana has also written about lndigenous and race issues since the late 1970s, authoring several books on Aboriginal affairs, as well as a medical self-help book on how to deal with difficult pregnancies.

Whale Rock is provocative, stormy and sensual. Diana Plater gives us both human brutality and sensitivity in 21st century Australia.

Alejandro Perez, author of Modelo Economico

Diana will talk about her new book followed by a Q&A and book signing. Whale Rock will be available for purchase.

Date: Sunday 29 September 2019
Time: 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm
Venue: Blue Espresso Bar, 135 Belinda Street, Gerringong, cafe will be open for coffee and treats.
RSVP: Diana 0419 692 502 or plater@optusnet.com.au or Barbara 0425 77 88 44 or devineba@gmail.com

After Coffee and Conversation with. . . Diana Plater, you are invited to join Diana for dinner at 6.15 pm at Park Ridge Retreat Restaurant, Belinda Street, Gerringong.

Please confirm your dinner booking when you RSVP.

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