Songwriter and musician Holly Throsby has drawn high praise as a novelist, with The Sydney Morning Herald likening her to Tim Winton for her “wry affection for a peculiarly Australian dagginess and the rhythms and rituals of small-town life”. Her second novel, Cedar Valley, begins with two new arrivals to a town north of Sydney: a silent man in a well-made suit and a young woman full of questions. Join Holly as she talks about the follow-up to her debut novel Goodwood.

Holly Throsby (Australian)

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Holly Throsby is a musician and novelist from Sydney. She has released five solo albums, a collection of original children’s songs, and an album as part of the band, Seeker Lover Keeper (with Sarah Blasko and Sally Seltmann). Holly has been nominated for four ARIAs. Holly’s debut novel Goodwood was a critically acclaimed bestseller, shortlisted for numerous awards. Her second novel Cedar Valley was published to rave reviews. It has been longlisted for the Indie Book Award.