Writers @ Stanton: Jacqueline Maley
Venue: Stanton Library
‘The truth about her’, a novel by journalist Jacqueline Maley is a deeply engaging and moving exploration of guilt, shame, female anger and mothering – with all its trouble and treasure. It is a story about the nature of stories – who owns them, who is allowed to tell them, and why we need them.
Jacqueline Maley is an award‐winning journalist and columnist with The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. In 2020 she won, along with her colleague Kate McClymont, a prestigious Walkley Award for Excellence in Journalism, as well as the NSW Civil Liberties Council Media Award.
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20 April 2021 at 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
New South Wales