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Kathy Lette @ The Wheeler Centre

Posted by The Events Editorial Team

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May 9, 2012
6:15 pmto7:15 pm
6:15 pmto7:15 pm

The Wheeler Centre is launching the latest novel by bestselling Aussie author Kathy Lette, The Boy Who Fell To Earth. Perhaps best known for her hit ’70s young adult novel Puberty Blues of teenage girls wanting to lose their virginity, Lette’s latest novel is all grown up, telling the tale of Lucy, a woman yearning to get her love life going again while taking care of her autistic son.

Lette will be discussing her latest novel, as well as talking about her other works, her approach to fiction writing, and drawing from her own experiences caring for her autistic son with presenter Monica Dux, and will most likely answer audience questions too.

WHEN: Wednesday 9 May, 6:15pm-7:15pm
WHERE: The Wheeler Centre, 176 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
WEB: http://wheelercentre.com/calendar/event/kathy-lette/


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