Kate Grenville

The spotlight of publicity in Australian literary circles tends to shine on only one author at a time. A few months back it was Geraldine Brooks and her new novel March. Now it's the turn of Kate Grenville.

"The Bulletin" has recently run two pieces on Grenville, a profile on 6th July, followed a week later by a review of her novel. "The Age" did something similar with a review by Peter Craven which was preceeded by a good article by Jane Sullivan, which attempted to put the book into literary and historial context. And on Sunday 17 July, Grenville appears on the Radio National program "Books & Writing" with Romana Koval.

There are a few Writers' Festivals coming up so she'll be doing the rounds for a while yet.

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