Great conversations at

Booktown On Sunday


Next Session – 8th November 2020

The White Girl by Tony Birch.

A searing new novel from leading Indigenous storyteller Tony Birch that explores the lengths we will go to in order to save the people we love.

In The White Girl, Miles-Franklin-shortlisted author Tony Birch shines a spotlight on the 1960s and the devastating government policy of taking Indigenous children from their families.

Book Sales for this event are through Readings Online, UPQ or  your local independent Book Store.

Join Chris in conversation with Clunes Booktown on Sunday.

The Third Sunday of


Clunes is a place where it’s possible to have great conversations every day, but each month the Booktown on Sundays Series steps it up a notch. The talks bring writers who’ve written outstanding books about important ideas to Clunes. Attendees get the chance to meet the authors and hear the stories behind the books.



Online via ZOOM; click on the latest month below for booking details or subscribe to our newsletter and check out this page and our social media posts for updates


3rd Sunday

Held on the third Sunday of each month through ZOOM. Session times will be advertised below. Bookings made through Try Booking 




We are delighted to bring you these sessions for free. Although free to watch they are not to produce – please consider donating.


Sundays Booktown online

How It Works​

  • Book free tickets
  • You will receive an email (and a reminder email) with a link to the session
  • Once the session starts you can watch our chair and author in conversation
  • Recordings will be made available to session attendees   

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Supported by Hepburn Shire Council