I write a lot in a lot of places, and travel a bunch to a bunch of places. This is where to find me!
Melbourne Writers’ Festival
I’m an author guest at the Melbourne Writers’ Festival this year! In addition to my events in the Schools program, which I wrote about in another post, you can catch me at YA Day on 1 September and at A Day of Romance on 8 September.
On YA Day, I’ll be talking with Nina Kenwood and Michelle Smith about writing messy teenage relationships in It’s Complicated: details here.
On A Day of Romance, I’ll be moderating a panel with CS Pacat, Anne Gracie, and Melanie Milburne, where we’ll be talking about how romance reacts to political and cultural events in Romance as Resistance: details here.
Jodi on the radio!
I was on Myf Warhurst’s show on ABC radio a couple of days ago, talking about love, romance, and the idea of “the one”, along with Gery Karantzas (who also works at Deakin University). You can listen here: How Romance Killed Love.
(NB: the title isn’t necessarily a reflection of my opinion!)
Melbourne Writers’ Festival Schools Program
I’m super excited to announce that I’m going to be part of the Melbourne Writers’ Festival Schools Program! You can catch me in the events ‘This is Not a Fairy Tale’ with Adele Walsh, and ‘Love Letters to “New Phone, Who Dis?”‘ with Alistair Baldwin and Adolfo Aranjuez between Monday 2 and Wednesday 4 September. Full details here! Jodi at MWF Schools
Emerging Writers’ Festival
The Emerging Writers’ Festival has just released their program (and the whole thing looks boss). On 25 June, there’ll be an all-day YA Masterclass. You can catch me there, as the panellist-chair for the panel on adult content. All details here! EWF Masterclass: YA.
On Saturday May 11, I was lucky enough to do an in-conversation with Emily Booth at Dymocks Sydney for the YA Bookmeet. Emily has written up a recap of the event – you can check it out here: #YABookmeet recap