Sue Turnbull
Sue Turnbull

Sue Turnbull

Sue Turnbull is Senior Professor of Communication and Media at the University of Wollongong. She has been reviewing crime fiction for The Sydney Morning Herald and the Age for over twenty years. She has been a crime fiction judge for the Ned Kelly Awards, the Davitt Awards and is an Ambassador for Sisters in Crime Australia. Her academic publications include The TV Crime Drama (Edinburgh University Press 2014) and Media Audiences (Palgrave Macmillan 2020). She is the Chair of the Board of BAD Sydney Crime Writers Festival.

FACILITATING AT: The Housemate
WITH: Sarah Bailey
DATE: Thursday 2 December
TIME: 12.00-1.00
VENUE: Dixson Room

FACILITATING AT: The way it is now
WITH: Garry Disher
DATE: Thursday 2 December
TIME: 2.00-3.00
VENUE: Dixson Room

FACILITATING AT: A DANGEROUS EVENING
WITH: John Baker
DATE: Saturday 4 December
TIME: 6.00-8.00
VENUE: Gallery Room

APPEARING AT: The Great Debate: To kill the dog or not…that is the question.
WITH: Sulari Gentill, Jean Kittson, Robert Gott and Richard Glover (referee)
DATE: Sunday 5 December
TIME: 3.30 – 4.30
VENUE: Metcalfe Auditorium