Bernadette Brennan is a literary critic, academic and researcher in contemporary Australian writing. She has published dozens of literary reviews and essays, a monograph on Brian Castro and two edited collections: Just Words?: Australian Authors Writing for Justice, and Ethical Investigations: Essays on Australian Literature and Poetics. Her most recent book is A Writing Life: Helen Garner and Her Work (Text 2017). Bernadette is currently working on a literary biography of Gillian Mears. She is the recipient of the inaugural Copyright Agency fellowship for non-fiction.
14 September 2019
10.00 - 11.00 Writers@Work
Michelle de Kretser, Drusilla Modjeska and Bernadette Brennan with Anne Jamison
This session will be recorded by The Sydney Review of Books.