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Kate Morton: Home & History

Join best selling author Kate Morton when she sits down in conversation with columnist Frances Whiting for the premiere of our Storytellers In Conversation series.

Did you miss out on tickets? Catch Kate Morton at Brisbane Writer’s Festival on Mother’s Day.

With a staggering 11 million books sold worldwide including critically acclaimed titles The Lake House, The Distant Hours and The Clockmakers Daughter, Kate is regarded as one of Australia’s biggest literary exports. Now the Mount Tamborine expat is back for one night only to discuss the power of home and history and how it has inspired her impressive body of work.

Don’t miss out on this 90-minute In Conversation with one of Australia’s most beloved wordsmiths and featured author for The Storytellers exhibition, set against the iconic backdrop of City Hall’s Brisbane Room.

The In Conversation will be followed by a brief book signing by the author.

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About Kate Morton

Kate Morton grew up in the mountains of South East Queensland. She is the author of six novels, all of which have been New York Times bestsellers, Sunday Times Bestsellers, and #1 bestsellers around the world. Her first novel, The House at Riverton (The Shifting Fog) (2006) was one of the most successful UK debuts of all time. Kate’s books are published in 12 countries, in 34 languages. Kate lives and works in the UK.