James Phelps is an award-winning senior reporter for the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph in Sydney and a senior feature writer for the Sunday Telegraph. He began as an overnight police rounds reporter before moving into sport, where he became one of Australia’s best news-breaking rugby league reporters, then News Corp Australia’s Chief National Motorsports Writer. His books include Dick Johnson: The Autobiography of a True-Blue Aussie Sporting Legend, and a series of crime books: Australia’s Hardest Prison: Inside the Walls of Long Bay Jail; Australia’s Most Murderous Prison; and Australia’s Toughest Prisons: Inmates. The Inside Man is his first novel.
APPEARING AT: Thrills and chills: The art of the thriller
WITH: Jack Beaumont, LA Larkin and Tim Ayliffe (facilitator)
DATE: Saturday 11 September
VENUE: Dixson Room
APPEARING AT: Why did they turn to crime?
WITH: Kelli Hawkins, Matt Nable and Dani Vee (facilitator)
DATE: SUNDAY 12 September
VENUE: Metcalfe Auditorium