Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Two Ladies’ Litera-Teas this year

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10am – 5pm Saturday & Sunday

tea cup clear cut.jpgTwo Ladies’ Litera-Teas this year
Both 1pm to 5.30pm at the Raye Freedman Arts Centre, Epsom Girls
Tickets $65 (includes afternoon tea) PURCHASE HERE
Or simply phone 09 3764399 or email with your credit card details
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Authors in order of appearance:
Karyn Hay with her risque novel The March of the Foxgloves; Elizabeth Smither with new poetry Night Horse; Leonie Howie & Adele Robertson with Island Nurses (Gt Barrier); Elspeth Sandys with part 2 of her memoir Casting Off; Mandy Hager with her new novel Heloise; Jess Daniell with My Underground Deli; LAVISH AFTERNOON TEA; Anne Salmond with Tears of Rangi: Experiments Across Worlds; Frankie McMillan with her Flash Fiction My Mother & the Hungarians; Paddy Richardson with her historical NZ novel Through the Lonesome Dark; Sue Bradford & Jenny Chamberlain with Constant Radical; Selina Tusitala Marsh with new poetry Tightrope.
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Authors in order of appearance:
Fiona Kidman with fiction & poetry, Kirsten McDougall with her novel Tess, Heather Kidd with rural women Growing More Than Grass, Michalia Arathimos with her first novel Autaki, Fiona Farrell with her latest novel Decline & Fall on Savage Street, Lisa King from Eat My Lunch, LAVISH AFTERNOON TEA, Sue Wootton with her novel Strip, Courtney Sina Meredith with short fiction & poetry, Annaleese Jochems with her first novel Baby, Diana Wichtel with Driving to Treblika: A long search for a lost father, Tina Makereti with Black Marks on the White Page, a collection of Maori & Pasifika work.
Book early – no door sales
Please note – some of the books in the second Ladies’ Litera-Tea have not been published yet.
Patricia, Tanya, Carole, Andrea, Kelly & Emma
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