1 April 2018 Susannah

Sydney Writers Walk

Sydney Writers Walk

RL Stevenson plaqueDo you know why Agatha Christie visited Australia? What did Sir Arthur Conan Doyle do here that was so controversial? What did D.H. Lawrence do at the zoo? And what did Rudyard Kipling have to say about Sydneysiders? The Writers Walk at Circular Quay consists of 60 brass plaques set into the pavement between the Opera House and the Rocks. These plaques commemorate the visits of various writers to Sydney, some from other parts of Australia and others from much further afield.

Would you like to learn more about some of these writers, discover what brought them to Sydney, what they thought of the city and how the visit influenced their future writings?

If so, please consider joining me on my first ever guided walk in Sydney. I am offering two dates: Friday 11 May or Sunday 20 May, SOLD OUT, NEW DATE FRIDAY 18TH MAY, SOLD OUT – CONTACT ME FOR STANDBY LIST commencing at 10.00am and concluding at 11.30am. Meet at Customs House, Circular Quay at 9.45am. Places are limited and you need to book either by emailing me or via my website. Cost is $25. The walk will take place, rain or shine.

My book Brief Encounters: Literary Travellers in Australia was inspired by the Writers Walk. It usually costs $25 (or $35 including postage), but you can buy a signed copy for $20 if you book for the walk. Please let me know when you book if you would like a copy.

  Susannah Fullerton Writers Walk Flyer

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Click here to book for Susannah’s Writers Walk Guided Walk on Friday 18 May.

 

Will you be joining the walk? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment.

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Comments (4)

  1. Madge doust

    I would love to do this walk….. unfortunately I have prior commitments on those days!

    Please please consider doing the walk again later in the year.

    • Susannah Fullerton

      I am getting lots of bookings for the walks, so am certain to repeat it before long. Keep an eye on my website to see new dates offered.

  2. Karen camer

    I really hope you will arrange another one. I will be overseas during that time but will have my literary fix by visiting Dr Johnson’s house and taking my young 1 year old grand daughter to the Beatrix Potter’s museum. Have to start them young?

    • Susannah Fullerton

      Oh how fabulous to be going to the great Dr Johnson’s house. I adore it – do look out for the 18thC anti-burglar device. And if you take your granddaughter there, she would love the statue of Dr J’s cat Hodge which stands just outside the house. Yes, the indoctrination has to start very young.

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