Stereo Stories In Concert
Join us for a concert celebration of music and memoir hosted by Vin Maskell, featuring stories by Arnold Zable, Andy Griffiths, Melanie Cheng, Torre DeRoche, Jock Serong, Rijn Collins and Brian Nankervis – all backed by The Stereo Stories Band, playing songs by Marlon Williams, Etta James, The Indigo Girls, The Eurythmics, Australian Crawl, and more.
“The perfect blend of words, story and music. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry and most importantly, you’ll hear each song with fresh ears and new meaning.” – Andy Griffiths
Remember to bring your own supper. Willy Lit Fest will be operating a bar at Stereo Stories in Concert. Drinks at bar prices.
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Photo – Debra Winfield Photography
Vin Maskell is a widely published writer of short non-fiction. He is the editor of the Stereo Stories website and artistic director of Stereo Stories in Concert.
Andy Griffiths is the author of The Treehouse Series and has written more than 25 books, including nonsense verse, short stories, comic novels and plays.
Arnold Zable is a human rights advocate and author whose books include Jewels and Ashes, Café Scheherazade, The Fig Tree, Scraps of Heaven and Sea of Many Returns.
Melanie Cheng is a GP and author of the 2018 short story collection Australia Day and the 2019 novel Room For A Stranger.
Jock Serong is the author of four novels: Quota, The Rules Of Backyard Cricket, On The Java Ridge, and Preservation.
Torre DeRoche is the author of the 2013 memoir Love With A Chance Of Drowning, and 2018’s The Worrier’s Guide to the End of the World.
Brian Nankervis, co-creator of the SBS phenomenon RocKwiz, has been part of Melbourne’s music, comedy and television landscape for many years.
Darren ‘Smokie’ Dawson is a regular contributor to The Footy Almanac and Stereo Stories websites,
Rijn Collins, winner of the 2106 New York Sarah Award For Audio Fiction, has written for radio, websites, journals and the Melbourne Writers Festival.
Molly Galea is a Spotswood resident and member of the Newport Fiddle & Folk Club.
The Stereo Stories Band is every author’s favourite backing band.