11 February 2017
1pm - 4pm
Engaging with Local History
I'll be presenting at this event, a Queensland History Teachers Association Professional Development Day
Venue: James Cook University
For more information: http://www.qhta.com.au/local_history_flyer.pdf
10 February 2017
5.30pm for 6pm start
Book Launch - Queen City of the North: a History of Townsville
Mary Who? Bookshop, Flinders Street, Townsville.
RSVP by 8 February to Mary Who? Bookshop on 4771 3824.
Come along and hear me talk about the inspiration behind the book, and get your signed copy!
30 October 2016
9.30am - 1pm
JCU Library Special Collections Open Day
ProgramBooking link: http://jcu.au.libcal.com/event/2798981
20 August 2016
10am - 1pm
Charters Towers Excelsior Library,
130 Gill Street, Charters Towers
Turning Research into Writing
(workshop by Trisha Fielding)
Research is key to writing a well-told story with depth and detail. Learn how to make the most of the resources available to you through libraries, archives and collections during the research phase of your project.
Whether you’re writing about local history, becoming biographer of a great life story or creating a fictional story with a historical setting, solid research will be a positive addition.To book your place, go directly to the Queensland Writers Centre webpage: http://www.qwc.asn.au/events/craft/fielding-research-aug/
30 March 2016
Townsville Civic Theatre
T150 Yarns Series Launch
Villains, Heroes and Saints
Townsville Yarns is a series of engaging story-telling events held around the city, told live by a panel of local and visiting identities. The launch topic is "Villains, Heroes and Saints" and will discuss some of Townsville's colourful characters such as Errol Flynn, Saint Mary MacKillop, business identities, controversial people and criminals.
I'll be a panelist at this event!
Entry is free but bookings are required.
13 May 2016
State Library of Queensland
Heritage Leaders Workshop