Richard Rossiter lives in Perth and from time to time in a bush dwelling in the south-west of the state. He is a writer, editor, mentor and occasional judge of writing competitions, including the Tom Hungerford Award.  He has supervised numerous postgraduate creative writing students and is an Honorary Associate Professor at Edith Cowan University.

He has published a range of literary critical works.  His creative publications include Arryhthmia: Stories of Desire (UWAP, 2009), Thicker than Water (UWAP, 2014) and Refuge (forthcoming, UWAP).   He has edited the short story collections: The Trouble with Flying and other stories (2014); Knitting and other stories (2013) and Things That Are Found in Trees and other stories (2012).  All with Margaret River Press.


Sunday 21st, 4:00pm-5:00pm

Good things come in small parcels

Yvonne Fein, Wesley Robertson and Annie Horner discuss the power of stories to change minds and hearts with Richard Rossiter.
Venue: Centre for Stories
Tickets: $20 Standard | $15 Concession
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