In conversation with Toni Jordan

Toni Jordan is the immensely popular, award winning, internationally best-selling author of several novels. She started out as a molecular biologist (then moved to selling aluminium siding, running a TAB office, quality control chemist), but eventually found her metier with her first novel Addition, which was long-listed for the Miles Franklin Award, as well as being chosen as one of Richard & Judy’s picks in the UK.

Since then she has published six novels, including Dinner with the Schnabels, described as nothing short of a comic masterpiece.

She’s coming to Maleny to discuss its sequel, Prettier if She Smiled More. Her novels have been published widely, in the UK, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Italy, Czech republic, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Taiwan, US, Canada, Serbia, Israel.

Toni has written regularly for The Age and her stories and articles have appeared in The Sydney Morning Herald, The Courier Mail, The Australian and The Monthly. She is an accomplished and entertaining speaker, much loved by audiences world-wide, so make sure you don’t miss this event!

The introducing author sees the return of Sally Piper. Sally first came to Maleny to speak about her debut novel, Grace’s Table. Since then she has published two new works, including The Geography of Friendship, which is in development for a television series to be broadcast on Stan.

She’ll be in Maleny to speak about her recent novel, Bone Memories.

Both Toni and Sally will be in conversation with Steven Lang.

Outspoken presents
Toni Jordan in conversation
Wednesday May 17, 6 for 6.30pm
Maleny Community Centre
Tickets $25 and $18 for students