Launch of the Crime Fiction Project

10/29/2019 04:00 pm 10/29/2019 06:00 pm Australia/Melbourne Launch of the Crime Fiction Project

Come and join the Crime Fiction Project for a conversation with bestselling author Tara Moss.

Moss will be in conversation with Dr Barbara Pezzotti, reading from and discussing her latest novel Dead Man Switch. The event will be introduced by Dr Stewart King.

crime fiction launch flyerTara Moss is the bestselling author of eleven books published in nineteen countries and thirteen languages, has sold over 650,000 copies in Australia and New Zealand alone. She is a journalist, public speaker and outspoken advocate for children’s and women’s rights. Moss, is a private investigator with credentials from the Australian Security Academy, and is UNICEF Australia’s National Ambassador for Child Survival.

Barbara Pezzotti is lecturer in Italian Studies at Monash University. Her research interests include crime fiction and popular culture. She has published monographs and journal articles on Italian, Spanish and Scandinavian crime fiction.

Stewart King is senior lecturer in Spanish and Latin American Studies at Monash University. He is a pioneer in crime fiction and world literature. He is currently co-editing The Routledge Companion to Crime Fiction (forthcoming 2020).

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Discover the Monash Crime Fiction Project

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Event Details

Date:
29 October 2019 at 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Venue:
Room 121, Learning & Teaching Building, 19 Ancora Imparo Way, Monash Clayton Campus
Categories:
School of Languages Literatures Cultures and Linguistics

Description

Come and join the Crime Fiction Project for a conversation with bestselling author Tara Moss.

Moss will be in conversation with Dr Barbara Pezzotti, reading from and discussing her latest novel Dead Man Switch. The event will be introduced by Dr Stewart King.

crime fiction launch flyerTara Moss is the bestselling author of eleven books published in nineteen countries and thirteen languages, has sold over 650,000 copies in Australia and New Zealand alone. She is a journalist, public speaker and outspoken advocate for children’s and women’s rights. Moss, is a private investigator with credentials from the Australian Security Academy, and is UNICEF Australia’s National Ambassador for Child Survival.

Barbara Pezzotti is lecturer in Italian Studies at Monash University. Her research interests include crime fiction and popular culture. She has published monographs and journal articles on Italian, Spanish and Scandinavian crime fiction.

Stewart King is senior lecturer in Spanish and Latin American Studies at Monash University. He is a pioneer in crime fiction and world literature. He is currently co-editing The Routledge Companion to Crime Fiction (forthcoming 2020).

Bookings essential - RSVP here

Discover the Monash Crime Fiction Project

Download launch flyer