Join Founding Editor of The Saturday Paper and Editor-in-Chief of Schwartz Media Erik Jensen to discuss the latest news with Rick Morton (My Year of Living Vulnerably), Sarah Krasnostein (The Believer) and Sean Kelly (The Game).
Presented with The Saturday Paper.
This is a free event. Bookings are not required, however we recommend that you arrive early to avoid disappointment.
Sarah Krasnostein (Australian)
Sarah Krasnostein is a multi-award-winning writer and researcher. She is the author of The Trauma Cleaner, The Believer and, most recently, Quarterly Essay 85, Not Waving, Drowning: On Mental Illness and Vulnerability. Her work has appeared in publications and journals in Australia, America and the UK. She has a doctorate in criminal law.
Rick Morton (Australian)
Rick Morton is an award-winning journalist and author of three non-fiction books. My Year Of Living Vulnerably documents the rediscovery of love after a Complex PTSD diagnosis. His debut memoir, One Hundred Years of Dirt, became a national bestseller and was a finalist in multiple awards. He is also the author of On Money. Rick is a senior reporter at The Saturday Paper where he covers social policy, national affairs and science. His forthcoming book, Growing Up In Country Australia, will be released in March.
Sean Kelly (Australian)
Sean Kelly is the author of The Game: A Portrait of Scott Morrison. He is a columnist for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, a regular contributor to The Monthly, and a former adviser to Julia Gillard and Kevin Rudd.
Erik Jensen (Australian)
Erik Jensen is the award-winning author of On Kate Jennings; Acute Misfortune, which was developed into a film; and the Quarterly Essay The Prosperity Gospel. He is founding editor ofThe Saturday Paper and editor-in-chief of Schwartz Media. His latest book is his debut collection of poems I said the sea was folded: Love poems.