Sally Bothroyd

Sally Bothroyd lives in Darwin with her partner and daughter. She’s currently the director of the Northern Territory Writers’ Centre, but before that worked for many years as a journalist – both in broadcast and in print. Sally grew up in Victoria and lived in Melbourne in the 1990s. She returned there for a period in the 2000s to study filmmaking at the Victoria College of the Arts. She has made several short films which have appeared at film festivals around Australia and overseas. She’s a long time fan of crime fiction, and last year had a short story shortlisted for the Scarlet Stiletto Awards, run by the Sisters in Crime. Brunswick Street Blues is her first novel.

 

APPEARING AT: Fresh Blood: Setting the Scene
WITH: Hayley Scrivenor, Shelley Burr, Matthew Spencer and Andy Muir (facilitator)
DATE: Thursday 8 September
TIME: 10.30-11.30
VENUE: Metcalfe Auditorium, SLNSW

 

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