Robert Gott was born in the Queensland town of Maryborough in 1957, and lives in Melbourne. He has published many books for children, and is also the creator of the newspaper cartoon The Adventures of Naked Man. He is the author of the William Power series of crime-caper novels set in 1940s Australia, comprising Good Murder, A Thing of Blood, Amongst the Dead, and The Serpent’s Sting, and of the Murders series, comprising The Holiday Murders, The Port Fairy Murders, The Autumn Murders, and The Orchard Murders.
APPEARING AT: Crime fiction as the literature of resistance
WITH: Mark Brandi, Sarah Bailey, Robert Gott and Kate Evans (facilitator)
DATE: Friday 10 September
TIME: 12.00 -1.00
VENUE: Dixson Room
APPEARING AT: The Great Debate: The Great Debate: To kill the dog or not…that is the question.
WITH: Candice Fox, Sulari Gentill and Richard Glover (referee)
DATE: Sunday 12 September
TIME: 3.30 -1 4.30
VENUE: Metcalfe Auditorium