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Helen Garner: How to End a Story

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Helen Garner is one of Australia’s most respected writers. Her novels, short stories, essays, journalism, and more recently her diaries – including her latest instalment, How to End a Story: Diaries: 1995–1998 – have influenced generations of Australian writers and are a fixture of Melbourne’s collective consciousness.

Over a long lunch at Montalto, she joins Sean O’Beirne, author of the recent monograph On Helen Garner, to discuss her immense contribution to Australian literature, and the unmistakable currents of candor and independence that have run through her writing life.

The bookseller for this event is Antipodes Bookshop and Gallery.

Presented in partnership with Montalto.

Tickets

This event is currently booked out.

Ticket: $120, plus $4.40 booking fee.
Ticket and book (How To End A Story, collected at event): $150, plus $4.40 booking fee.
Tickets are inclusive of a two-course shared lunch. Beverages will be charged on consumption.

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Featuring

Helen Garner

Helen Garner writes novels, stories, screenplays and works of non-fiction. In 2006 she received the inaugural Melbourne Prize for Literature, and in 2016 she won the prestigious Windham–Campbell Literature Prize for non-fiction and the Western Australian Premier’s Book Award. In 2019 she was hon... Read more

Sean O'Beirne

Sean O’Beirne is a bookseller and critic. He grew up in Melbourne’s outer suburbs, and studied arts, law and acting. A Couple of Things Before the End is his first book. 

Location

Montalto

33 Shoreham Road Red Hill South Victoria 3937

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