Kim Scott grew up on the south coast of Western Australia. He is proud to be one among those who call themselves Noongar. His second novel, Benang: From the Heart, won the 1999 Western Australian Premier's Book Award, the 2000 Miles Franklin Literary Award and the 2001 Kate Challis RAKA Award. His third novel, That Deadman Dance, also won the Miles Franklin Literary Award in 2011, the Commonwealth Writers' Prize and the Western Australian Premier's Book Award. His most recent book is Taboo. Kim is currently Professor of Writing at the School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts, Curtin University.
Monday 30 April, 2:30 PMKim Scott: Taboo
Carrington Hotel, Katoomba, KATOOMBA
Thursday 3 May, 1:30 PMAnd the Award Goes To ...
Carriageworks, Track 12, EVELEIGH
Friday 4 May, 11:30 AMKim Scott: Taboo
Carriageworks, Bay 20, EVELEIGH
Sunday 6 May, 1:30 PMTaboo and Other Battles
Seymour Centre, Reginald Theatre, CHIPPENDALE