Library events this March

March sees another great line up of events, from Campbell McConachie’s fascinating insights into the mind of a multiple murder, to a workshop on refining podcasts and Kelly Rimmer on her new book, Before I Let You Go.

All events listed require bookings made through www.eventbrite.com.au and are free unless otherwise stated.

The Fatalist by Campbell McConachie 
What factors are at play in the creation of a cold-blooded killer? How can a relaxed, sociable, loving man with a strong work ethic keep the truth of his inner life, his dark side, hidden from friends, family and even the woman he marries? 

Campbell McConachie’s account of multiple murderer Lindsey Rose is a unique and fascinating journey into the life and mind of a multiple murderer. 
Bookings essential – www.innerwestlibraries.eventbrite.com.au

             Ashfield Library, Local History Room Level 2
             Thursday 1 March, 6:30-7:30pm.

Before I Let You Go by Kelly Rimmer
What do you do when your sister, an addict, tells you she’s pregnant and needs your help? 
Kelly Rimmer discusses her latest novel. She is the bestselling author of The Secret DaughterMe Without YouWhen I Lost You and A Mother’s Confession.
Bookings essential – www.innerwestlibraries.eventbrite.com.au
            
             Leichhardt Library 
             Tuesday 6 March, 6:30-7:30pm

Mr Eternity - The Story of Arthur Stace by Roy Williams
He was an underclass battler, former drunk and criminal that inspired a city. Arthur Stace rose before dawn to write one word, ‘Eternity’, in chalk on the footpaths of Sydney. Award-winning author Roy Williams will reveal his story. Learn more at www.mreternity.com. 
Bookings essential – www.innerwestlibraries.eventbrite.com.au

            Ashfield Library, Local History Room Level 2
            Thursday 8 March, 6:30-7:30pm

Hack the Canon: Women in Design Wikipedia-edit-a-thon
Did you know that less than 10% of Wikipedia editors are female? This bias is reflected in the lack of articles about notable women, including designers. Help redress the balance, share your knowledge and get editing with like-minded advocates and lovers of design. This day of social wiki-editing is open to anyone curious about Wikipedia. The event will kick-off with a panel discussion 
by designers Zoe Sadokierski, Cathy Lockhart and Olivia Hyde who will contribute to the collective brains trust on the day.
More information on the event, speakers, Wikipedia tutorial/ registration, training modules and bookings at www.hackthecanon.eventbrite.com.au

           St Peters/Sydenham Library
           Saturday 10 March, 1-4pm

Podcasting workshop
Pick up practical tips on refining your podcast, storytelling with sound, basic recording techniques, and gear to use. If you have an idea for a podcast bring it to the workshop.
Facilitated by Selena Shannon, executive producer of All The Best, a national storytelling and documentary program. Her radio work has featured on ABC RN’s Earshot and FBi Radio’s Backchat.
Bookings essential – www.innerwestlibraries.eventbrite.com.au 
        
          Marrickville Library
          Saturday 17 March, 10am-12noon
          Cost $15

All the Burning Bridges by Steve Bisley 
Steve Bisley reflects on loving, losing, wrecking and running – the bridges burned – in the decades since hitchhiking away from the small family farm on the central coast of NSW in the 1960s. 
Steve Bisley is an Australian film and television actor. Major television roles have included A Town Like Alice as well as police dramas Water Rats, Police Rescue, and Halifax f.p. 
Bookings essential – www.innerwestlibraries.eventbrite.com.au

         Marrickville Library 
         Monday 19 March, 6.30-8pm
         For further events this March visit www.innerwest.nsw.gov.au/library

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