She’s a global sensation – the bestselling Australian author of ten engaging novels including Big Little Lies and Nine Perfect Strangers, both of which attracted Nicole Kidman’s interest and have been made into smash-hit television series. Liane Moriarty has sold more than 20 million copies of her books, the latest of which is Apples Never Fall. It’s a witty and substantive study of family dynamics, as well as a mystery revealed in snippets and whispers, bearing all the hallmarks of her deft skills as an observer and a storyteller. Sydneysider Moriarty, who is the eldest of six siblings, joins us in person for a lively hour canvassing her stellar career, the stories that inspire her stories, and the neverending fascinations of contemporary human behaviour. In conversation with Michèle A’Court.
Supported by Platinum Patrons Susan & Gavin Walker.