Marianne Musgrove – Talk about her May Gibbs Children’s Literature Trust Fellowship
Marianne Musgrove is an award-winning South Australian children’s author and poet. She is also a descendant of King Henry VIII’s librarian so you could say books are in her blood! Marianne won the 2008 Australian Family Therapists’ Award for Children’s Literature for The Worry Tree, the 2011 Swiss Prix Chronos for Don’t Breathe a Word (German language edition), and was shortlisted for the 2013 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards for The Beginner’s Guide to Revenge. In addition Marianne has been a tomato picker, a museum guide for kids and a social worker.
Marianne will be speaking about her experiences on her Creative Time Residential Fellowship in Brisbane at the Mitchelton Library at 2pm on Sunday March 20th. This will be followed by a delicious afternoon tea. Please book and make payment of $18 per person in advance of this event.
Download the flyer with details of how to book or see the website