Limberlost is award-winning Tasmanian author Robbie Arnott’s latest novel. In this extraordinary chronicle of one man’s life and his feeling for the land, we meet Ned at age 5 and follow him throughout the moments that define him. Praised for its sparse, beautiful prose, this is a unique coming-of-age story that captures the complexity of family, childhood and our relationship to nature. Join Robbie in conversation with Michaela Kalowski.
Presented with the Readers: Books & Conversations series at Petersham Bowling Club.
Robbie Arnott (Australian)
Robbie Arnott is the author of Limberlost, The Rain Heron and Flames. He has won The Age Book of the Year, been named a Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Novelist and been shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Literary Award. He lives in Hobart.
Michaela Kalowski (Australian)
Michaela Kalowski is an interviewer, moderator and curator for writers and ideas festivals. Highlight interviews include Margaret Atwood, David Mitchell, Michelle de Kretser, Stan Grant and Etgar Keret. She's the curator of ABC RN's on-air writers festival, Big Weekend of Books, now in its 4th year. She hosts a monthly books conversation event for Petersham Bowling Club in Sydney. Michaela has conducted radio interviews for ABC RN's The Music Show, Big Ideas and The Bookshelf, ABC Classic and has presented programs across ABC radio.