2017 Fryer Lecture in Australian Literature - Michael Wilding: Crime Fiction in Australia

10 Nov 2017

Please join the UQ Library for the 2017 Fryer Lecture in Australian Literature in which Emeritus Professor Michael Wilding will discuss Crime Fiction in Australia.

Michael Wilding is a novelist, literary scholar, critic, and editor. In 2015, he won the Colin Roderick Award and the Prime Minister's Award for non-fiction for his highly-acclaimed Wild Bleak Bohemia: Marcus Clarke, Adam Lindsay Gordon and Henry Kendall.

Date: Friday, 10 November
Time: 5.45pm for 6.00pm start
Location: Auditorium, Level 2, Sir Llew Edwards Building (Building 14) View map   
RSVP: http://bit.ly/fryerlecture-wilding or (07) 3365 6362

The University of Queensland Fryer Library's collection includes fiction and non-fiction works relating to crime. Significant holdings include the Crime Writers Queensland Collection, records of the University of Queensland Press, and the Louise Campbell Papers.

Following the lecture, the UQ Library and the Friends of the Library will celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Fryer Library with cake, canapés and drinks in the Fryer Library, Level 4, Duhig Tower (#2).

More information about parking on campus is available online. If you have any questions please contact events@library.uq.edu.au or (07) 3365 6362.