An encounter with William Kostakis and Jack Heath

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This Saturday, join us at the Robina Auditorium for an encounter with William Kostakis (Loathing Lola) and Jack Heath (The Lab, Remote Control and Money Run). These literary ‘young guns’ have extraordinary stories to tell: Kostakis started writing Loathing Lola in the sixth grade and had a publishing contract at age 17; Heath began writing the hit The Lab at age 13, and had scored a publishing contract by age 18.

It goes without saying that if you’re an aspiring young author, this event is a must for you. Part of the Literati line up of author encounters, this event promises to be inspiring and more than a little entertaining.

Where: Robina Auditorium (Robina Branch Library building)
When: Saturday 30 May, 10.30am – noon
Bookings: phone 07 5581 1600 or email us

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2 Responses to “An encounter with William Kostakis and Jack Heath”

  1. Literary young guns: William Kostakis interviews Jack Heath « blurb it Says:

    […] more? Join us on Saturday at 10.30am at Robina Branch Library, where Jack and William will share their experience as young writers. You’re guaranteed a […]

  2. Literary young guns: Jack Heath interviews William Kostakis « blurb it Says:

    […] William Kostakis By Kate (library staff) In case you had any doubt where you should be spending Saturday morning, authors Jack Heath and William Kostakis, the stars of our Young guns of literature event, kindly […]

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