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Angela is a great storyteller.

Relaxed, friendly, informative, inspiring presentation.

Angela was very entertaining and well prepared. Very open to all questioning.

A great presenter, kept my attention.

Audience feedback on Angela

Angela is an engaging public speaker and facilitator, who has appeared as a panellist and chairperson at Melbourne Writers Festival, Newcastle Writers Festival, Bendigo Writers Festival, Crime and Justice Festivals, SheKilda, and The Wheeler Centre, and a panellist at Brisbane Writers Festival, GenreCon, Gold Coast Literati Festival, Williamstown Literary Festival, Bayside Literary Festival, New Voices Festival Eltham and Writers at the Convent.

Angela was a guest on the One Just World panel, Health at Whose Cost! Writers on Poverty & Health in 2010, and has spoken at several Sisters in Crime Australia events.

In 2012, with Bernard Caleo, she organised and chaired a sold out forum on Agatha Christie and Archaeology for the Melbourne Museum, featuring a video interview which she conducted with Henrietta McCall at the British Museum and live panel discussion with Kerry Greenwood and Museums Victoria CEO Dr Patrick Greene.

She followed with a piece on Agatha Christie and Mesopotamia for Radio National Books and Arts Daily on the eve of the Queen of Crime’s 122nd birthday.

She regularly appears on Radio National to review and discuss crime fiction.

In 2007 she was Writer in Residence at Methodist Ladies’ College Kew.

She has given author talks at public libraries from Ascot Vale to Swan Hill and enjoys meeting with book clubs to discuss her books. See here for a write up on her talk at Glen Eira Library in 2012.

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