The Nature of Corruption – Byron Bay Writers Festival

Macquarie Marquee, Byron Bay, NSW

Session Title:                                          THE NATURE OF CORRUPTION     

Participants                                             Matthew Condon, Tara Moss, PM Newton            

Chair:                                                           Moya Sayer-Jones

Where:                                                           Macquarie Marquee

Time of session:                                          10.00am – 10.45am

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The Woman of Many Parts – Byron Bay Writers Festival

Feros Marque, Byron Bay, NSW

Session Title:                                          THE WOMAN OF MANY PARTS

Participants                                             Kate Holden, Jean Kittson, Tara Moss

Chair:                                                           Matthew Condon

Where:                                                            Feros Marque

Time of session:                                           12.45pm – 1.30pm

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A Murder of Crime Writers – Byron Bay Writers Festival

Macquarie Marquee, Byron Bay, NSW

Session Title:                                          A MURDER OF CRIME WRITERS

Participants                                             Martin Chatterton, Terry Hayes, Tara Moss, P.M. Newton, Karin Slaughter

Chair:                                                           Chris Hanley

Where:                                                            Macquarie Marquee

Time of session:                                           9.00am – 10.00am

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In The Spotlight – National Non-fiction Festival, Geelong

Waterfront Campus Deakin University, Geelong (Venue One), VIC

In The Spotlight

The glamorous sex kitten, the sainted mother, the devious witch, the hard-faced corporate and political climber. Tara Moss, Sara James and Dee Madigan speak with Cassandra Atherton about the ways that women are portrayed across the media and recount their personal experiences of the industry.

10am-11am.

Full $20/Concession $15.

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Tara Moss in Conversation. National Non-fiction Festival, Geelong

Waterfront Campus Deakin University, Geelong (Venue One), VIC

The Fictional Woman: Tara Moss in Conversation.

Tara Moss speaks to Cassandra Atherton about her first work of non-fiction, and explores how she has blended memoir and social analysis to examine the common fictions about women.

10am-11am.

Full $20/Concession $15.

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Independent Women, Melbourne Writers Festival

Victoria Room, Queen Victoria Women’s Centre, 210 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

Author of The Fictional Woman, Tara Moss discusses what it means to be a woman, a mother, or a leader and what independence has to do with it. Larke Riemer, Director Women’s Markets at Westpac brings a financial perspective to the quest for female independence.

In conversation with Monica Dux.

August 29, 6pm – 7pm.

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Reading in the Airstream Caravan – Melbourne Writers Festival

Airstream Caravan in Federation Square, Melbourne, VIC

Saturday Aug 30 11.15am – Tara Moss, author of The Fictional Woman, will perform a 15 min reading in the Airstream Caravan in Federation Square, Melbourne.

The Fictional Woman – Melbourne Writers Festival

Deakin Edge, Federation Square, Flinders St & Russell St. Melbourne VIC 3000

Tara Moss has worn numerous labels including author, gold-digger, human rights activist, model, dumb blonde and feminist. In her new book The Fictional Woman, Tara reveals the facts behind her personal journey and challenges common fictions about contemporary women.

In conversation with Benjamin Law.

Sun 31 Aug 2.30pm – 3:30pm

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