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The exciting fortnight ahead…

Hello Dear Reader,

We have a number of events coming up that we’d love to tell you about.

For ten minutes this weekend you will find us sitting in front of a flowering plant counting pollinators for the national Wild Pollinator Count.

This Saturday 21st of Nov we’re in Tumut at Night Owl Books for a reading and signing at 3pm.

On Wednesday 25th of Nov we’re in Yass at their public library for a book event there.

On Friday 27th Nov of we’ll be speaking to ABC Canberra radio live to air at around 2pm.

On Saturday the 28th of Nov we’re in Canberra at Paperchain Books, Manuka for another foraging walk and book event.

On Sunday the 29th of Nov we’re joining the People’s Climate March at Parliament House.

On Wednesday 2nd of Dec we’re giving a talk as part of Green Drinks at The Moose Hub in Bowral.

On Saturday 5th of Dec we’re in Sydney where our book will be introduced by Kirsten Bradley at Florilegium in Glebe at 3pm.

On Sunday 6th of Dec in the morning we’re teaming up with Diego Bonetto for a foraging walk along the Cooks River.

On Sunday 6th of Dec in the afternoon Patrick is giving a performance at SNO in Marrickville as part of the Non Objective Writing exhibition.

On Monday morning 7th of Dec we will be interviewed live from Channel 7 and Channel 9 television studios.

On Thursday 10th of Dec we will be appearing at Gleebooks in Blackheath in the Blue Mountains.

We hope you can join us at one or more of these events.

May all your winds be tail winds,

AaF xx


  1. Dave Berlach says:

    hey patrick, meg and woody (& zero!)
    it's so great to hear your adventures again! do you think you will be getting up to the central coast on this little tour? if so, we'd love to have you again. we're having a final house concert for the year on Saturday 19th Dec – if you're in the area you'd be more than welcome.
    safe travels and may the aggressive car travellers experience the full effects of the wind from your tail!

  2. Hello Dave, we'd love to get up your way. We're not quite sure it's possible but will let you know if we can do it. xx

  3. Dave Berlach says:

    no worries – if it works, great! I hope the tour is going well so far! We have friends in the Blue Mountains who I have told to get along to your stop at Gleebooks in Blackheath – they were super keen – Steve & Lauren are their names. They are tops; I hope you get meet them.

  4. Thanks Dave, we'll certainly look out for them.

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