Peter Corris has written more than 70 books of fiction including crime novels, historical novels and spy novels. He has been writing his bestselling Cliff Hardy detective stories for 30 years, and has decided that his latest Win, Lose or Draw, a tale that moves from Sydney to Norfolk Island, will most likely be his last. A master of the genre discusses his final novel and illustrious career with Graeme Blundell.

Peter Corris (Australian)

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Peter Corris has been a university teacher, researcher and journalist. He has written more than 70 books of fiction, including crime novels, historical novels and spy novels. His other works include a prize-winning history of boxing in Australia and several co-authored autobiographies, including a bestseller on the late Professor Fred Hollows and Damned If I Do, Dr Philip Nitschke’s autobiography. His most recent (and final) book, is Win, Lose or Draw. He writes a regular weekly column for the Newtown Review of Books.

Graeme Blundell (Australian)

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Graeme is the national television critic for The Australian and a presenter on Foxtel Arts’ Stage & Screen. He is also an actor, director, producer and writer and an award-winning director of commercials. He has been associated with many pivotal moments in Australian theatre, film and television. His books include his autobiography, The Naked Truth, King: The Life and Comedy of Graham Kennedy and Bert: The Story of Australia’s Favourite TV Star. He is also the co-author of a biography of painter Brett Whiteley, An Unauthorised Life, and the editor of Australian Theatre: Backstage with Graeme Blundell.