This year, in partnership with the State Library of NSW, Sydney Writers’ Festival presents a reimagined digital iteration of the Festival’s beloved Suburban and Regional Library Program.
Enter the minds behind your most borrowed books with these events live-streamed from the State Library of NSW to your local library. Featuring award-winning and bestselling Australian authors Kate Grenville, Anita Heiss and Candice Fox, in conversation each evening from Tuesday to Thursday of Festival week.
Some participating libraries will be hosting ‘Watch at the Library’ events. All three conversations are available to stream from the comfort of your home too. Please check the event listing via your local library’s web page below.
Watch at your library
Bookings are essential.
- Barry O’Keefe Library (Mosman), 02 9978 4091
- Canada Bay Libraries, 02 9911 6210
- Campbelltown City Libraries, 02 4645 4444
- Georges River Libraries, 02 9330 9527
- Ku-ring-gai Library, 02 9424 0120
- Penrith City Council, 02 4732 7891
Watch at home
If you would like to watch these events from home, please register via the State Library of NSW via the link below. Bookings are essential.
- Anita Heiss: Bila Yarrudhanggalangdhuray
- Kate Grenville: A Room Made of Leaves
- Candice Fox: The Chase
Special thanks to our library partners:
- Blacktown City Libraries
- Camden Libraries
- Hawkesbury Library Service
- Hornsby Library
- Randwick City Libraries
- Sutherland Shire Libraries
- Willoughby City Library
- Ku-ring-gai Libraries
- Inner West Libraries
The State Library is also offering tickets to onsite audience members at Anita Heiss and Candice Fox’s talks. Seating is strictly limited.