A Hill To Die On – Be Hear Now Live Music Festival Fringe

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Nathan Curnow’s latest book launch with live music guest appearance by Geoffrey Williams.

A Hill to Die On explores the ancient, everyday experience of promise, followed by the return back into despair. It’s the personal account of a poet living in the profound joy and frailty of language. Drawing on narrative, myth and fable, Nathan Curnow’s first collection in eight years connects the ongoing saga of hope to the events of his own life, one that’s ever creative, lyrical and full of broken lines.

Come along to hear readings from Nathan’s work and a creative musical response from Geoffrey.

Content: City of Ballarat

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  • Sun 11 Aug

2pm–4pm

Civic Hall

300-304 Mair Street, Ballarat Central VIC 3350

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