Announced last week is the news that British award-winning author Ian McEwan has been secured by the Adelaide Bank Festival of Arts to headline their 2008 Writers’ Week.

McEwan leads an army  of international authors including Patrick McGrath, Peter Godwin and Paul Auster who will take part in the highly respected literary festival, now in its 48th year, between 2nd and 7th March 2008.  Australian writers will also be represented in abundance with ex-pat authors Germaine Greer and Peter Carey returning home for the occasion to join the likes of Nick Earls, Gideon Haigh and David Malouf.

For the full line up and to book tickets, go to Adelaide Festival.

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One Response to “Ian McEwan to headline Adelaide Festival Writers’ Week”

  1. Pristine,

    I just missed out on getting a ticket to the Writers’ Week Evening Two to see Ian McEwan. Is there anywhere I can look to see if people have a spare ticket to sell? I live in Sydney but I really really want to see McEwan. Cheers!

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