Prominent author and gendered violence advocate Jess Hill to speak in Brighton

by Brighton Council

An International Women’s Day event featuring investigative journalist Jess Hill is coming to Brighton. Jess is an award-winning writer who focuses on social issues and gendered violence.

Her book See What You Made Me Do won the 2020 Stella Prize for Australian women’s writing.

The free event will be held on Wednesday 6 March 2024 at the Brighton Regional Sports Pavilion Pontville Park from 10am-2pm, with lunch and refreshments provided. Transport is available from Brighton Civic Centre in Bridgewater on the day. Childcare is available upon request.

For more information, email Kylie at admin@brighton.tas.gov.au

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