Kate Rossmanith is an author, an essayist, and an academic. She writes on memory, enactment, and experience, and about relationships between performance and the law. Her essays have appeared in The Monthly, The Australian, and Best Australian Essays 2007. Kate’s book, Small Wrongs, a hybrid memoir about remorse in the criminal justice system and remorse in our everyday personal lives, will be published in June 2018. Kate lectures in creative non-fiction writing at Macquarie University.
Thursday 3 May, 11:30 AMDrawing the Line: The Ethics of True Crime Writing
Carriageworks, Track 8, EVELEIGHBook Tickets
Author Talk | Curiosity Lecture
Friday 4 May, 1:30 PMKate Rossmanith: On Crime and Remorse
Carriageworks, Blacksmith’s Workshop, EVELEIGH
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