Anna Snoekstra at Frankston Library

Anna Snoekstra is the bestselling author of four novels, which have been published in twenty countries and translated into many different languages. These novels centre on themes around identity and belonging. The characters are often outcasts, who have trouble fitting into the world. The Spite Game is her latest novel that explores the impacts of bullying. 

Anna was born in Canberra and studied at RMIT. She is also a screenwriter for film and television and is passionate about the importance of education, feminism and kindness; also, cats.

Join Anna at Frankston Library on Monday 15 July at 6pm. This event is free but bookings are essential.  Bookings open on Friday 28 June.  

Dates and Times

Saturday 13 July 2019 - Saturday 13 July 2019

Saturday 13 July, 2019 at 1pm

Organiser

Email: libraryenquiries@frankston.vic.gov.au
Telephone: 97841020
Website: https://www.library.frankston.vic.gov.au/Whats_On/Anna_Snoekstra

Location

Frankston Library, 60 Playne St Frankston 3199

Event Details

Anna Snoekstra is the bestselling author of four novels, which have been published in twenty countries and translated into many different languages. These novels centre on themes around identity and belonging. The characters are often outcasts, who have trouble fitting into the world. The Spite Game is her latest novel that explores the impacts of bullying. 

Anna was born in Canberra and studied at RMIT. She is also a screenwriter for film and television and is passionate about the importance of education, feminism and kindness; also, cats.

Join Anna at Frankston Library on Monday 15 July at 6pm. This event is free but bookings are essential.  Bookings open on Friday 28 June.  

Dates and Times

Saturday 13 July 2019 - Saturday 13 July 2019

Saturday 13 July, 2019 at 1pm

Organiser

Email: libraryenquiries@frankston.vic.gov.au
Telephone: 97841020
Website: https://www.library.frankston.vic.gov.au/Whats_On/Anna_Snoekstra

Location

Frankston Library, 60 Playne St Frankston 3199
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