Man Booker Prize-winning author Anne Enright turns time and again to the rich puzzle of family life. Best known for The Gathering, her latest book The Green Road was shortlisted for the Bailey’s Prize and the Costa Book Award, and was named Irish Novel of the Year. The Guardian called it a ‘brilliant, devastating and radical novel’. A terrifically inventive writer, Anne sits down with Annabel Crabb for an intimate chat about her work, her process, and why you should imagine you’re dying when trying to write a book.
Supported by Consulate General of Ireland, Sydney.
Annabel Crabb (Australian)
Annabel Crabb is a writer and presenter for the ABC. She's also a keen amateur podcaster and co-hosts the inexplicably popular Chat 10, Looks 3 podcast with her colleague Leigh Sales, who lends credibility to the exercise. Annabel has worked extensively in newspapers, radio and TV as a political journalist and won a Walkley Award for Stop At Nothing: The Life and Adventures of Malcolm Turnbull. She published a bestselling book about gender and work, The Wife Drought, in 2014 and has published two cookbooks with childhood friend Wendy Sharpe, the latest of which is Special Guest. Her most recent Quarterly Essay is Men at Work.