Media & events 

Studio Ten Interview 30 January 2018

Weekend Australian Magazine Contributor piece 3 February 2018

That’s Life magazine week of 17 February 2018 Extract


ABC RN Drive The Drawing Room Interview with Patricia Karvelas


ABC Radio Nightlife Interview with Philip Clark


ABC Darwin Evenings Interview with Mikaela Simpson


The Better Reading Podcast Interview To be loaded

Presenter: Cheryl Akle

Also facebook live interview with Better Reading


The Book Podcast

Guest featured author February 2018

Interview with Rosemary Puddy Podcast date 13 March 2018


Curtin FM Interview with Jenny Seaton Air date 7 February 2018


The Guardian



Mosman Library in conjunction with Pages and Pages book store

Author event 14 February 2018


Northern Beaches Library (Forestville) in conjunction with Lindfield Bookstore

Author event 21 February 2018


Civic Branch Library Canberra

In Conversation with Jan Thurling 8 March 2018


Hornsby Library

Author event 14 March 2018


Ashfield Library

Author event 30 May 2018


Articles and Reviews

Sydney Morning Herald: 15 Feb 2018

The Canberra Times: 15 Feb 2018

The Age



Current exhibitions

For those interested in Sydney in the 1920s, and the captivating criminal photography of this era, there are some great exhibitions and museums to visit.

Until August 2018, the Museum of Sydney is hosting ‘Underworld’.  The exhibition focuses exclusively on an archive holdings of glass plate negatives mysteriously labelled ‘the specials’.  The photos offer a fascinating set of insights on life in Sydney in the years between the great wars.

The Justice and Police Museum is a great starting place for those interested in the origins of forensics, police investigation and criminology.  For many, the criminal history of Sydney, particularly of the early twentieth century, is synonymous with fascinating silvery ‘mug shot’ images, and these feature heavily at this museum.   An opportunity to view original holding cells, a court room and the narrow corridors through which prisoners were escorted, make this place well worth the visit.


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