Known for her wonderful contributions to the Brisbane History Community, Caylie Jeffery (Author of Under the Lino and Qld Memory Award winner) will be meeting with the House Detective, Marianne Taylor, for an insightful and entertaining conversation with WQ editor Sandra Makaresz.
Join in this inspiring event as they dive deep into discussions about researching and writing Historical Fiction and how Caylie managed to build a community inspired by what she found underneath her lino flooring during her house renovations. Held on the 16th of August, from 7pm to 8.30pm, Caylie will start the evening with a talk about her Under the Lino project and follow on with Marianne’s involvement as a house detective, uncovering the secrets behind many Brisbane locations.
Be part of this casual meet-and-greet, Q&A, event with Caylie and Marianne. After the event, a pop-up bookshop selling Caylie’s work and an informal book-signing will be held. So, don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to meet the House Detective and that Lino Lady!
Author Caylie Jeffery has a background in Nursing and Education. During her house renovations, she dug up the floor and found cash, bank books and old documents. It was the beginning of a life changing journey.
The House Detective, Marianne Taylor, is an architectural historian. She researches the history of houses, often uncovering surprising facts for the current residents.