Which three books resonate most with you right now? Do you have a secret survival habit? And, if tomorrow is good for you, where would you choose to go on a fantasy art date?
This summer Jo Smythe (author, In The Time of Foxes) delves into these crucial questions with six brilliant, funny and courageous change-makers in a series of live recordings of the Tomorrow Could Be Good podcast.
Join us in the beautiful courtyard of Glebe's iconic Sappho Books for wine and dinner before settling in for a compelling yarn about life, books and inspiration in dark times.
Doors open 6pm for drinks and nibbles, recording 7-8pm
31 Jan – James Bradley OAM
James Bradley OAM is a writer and critic. His new book Deep Water comes out in April 2024 with Penguin Random House.
His novels include Wrack (1997), The Deep Field (1999), The Resurrectionist (2006), Clade (2015) and Ghost Species (2020). He is the author of a book of poetry, Paper Nautilus (1994), and the editor of The Penguin Book of the Ocean (2010), a collection of writing by young authors. In 2012 James won the Pascall Prize for Australia’s Critic of the Year, and he has been shortlisted twice for the Bragg Prize for Science Writing and nominated for a Walkley Award.
14 Feb – artist Agatha Gothe-Snape
Agatha Gothe-Snape is a performance artist who is currently an embedded artist at the Powerhouse Museum.
Gothe-Snape creates improvised and procedural performances, dance, works on paper, collaboratively produced objects and PowerPoint slide presentations. Her work is held by public galleries and collections, including the Art Gallery of New South Wales and National Gallery of Victoria.