Media and speaking inquiries

Sarah Chalfant
The Wylie Agency

17 Bedford Square
London WC1B 3JA
T 44 (0)20 7980 5900

New York
250 West 57th Street, Suite 2114
New York, N.Y. 10107
T 1 – 212 246 0069

Film, TV & theatrical rights

Jenne Casarotto
Casarotto Ramsay & Associates Limited
3rd Floor, 7 Savoy Court Strand
London WC2R 0EX
T 44 (0)20 7287 4450

All other enquiries

Contact Anna


Reflections: Nicole Abadee in conversation with Anna Funder
25 March 2021, 6pm–7pm
State Library of NSW (Metcalfe Auditorium)
Book tickets

Melbourne University Masterclass: 10 Great Books 2021
28 September 2021, 6.30pm–7.15pm
Anna will be speaking about Jessica Anderson’s Tirra Lirra by the River, 1978
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Vice-Chancellor’s Annual Democracy Forum 2020
1 October, 11am AEST, Online
Professor Jason Stanley, Yale University in discussion with Dr Anna Funder, UTS about his book HOW FASCISM WORKS
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Victorian Association of Teachers of English Conference, Melbourne
December 2019
Keynote Address

Australasian Association of Writing Programs
(AAWP) Conference, Sydney
November 2019
Keynote Address

Rose Scott Women’s Writers Festival
Sydney, September 2019

Salon International du Livre Océanien (SILO), New Caledonia’s Literature Festival
September 2019

Maleny Queensland, ‘Outspoken’ Writers Festival
25 June 2019, 6.30 pm

Hunter College, New York City
31 May 2019, 5.00pm
Conference: Remembering Ernst Toller (1893-1939): Exiles and Refugees between Europe and the US, Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College,47-49 East 65th Street New York, New York 10065

Anna is reading from ALL THAT I AM.

Sydney Writers Festival
2 May 2019, 1.30—2.30 pm
Anna Funder: The cost of lying and truth telling
Carriageworks, Bay 17

Margaret River Writers Festival
3 May 2019, 3.30pm
Join the Miles Franklin Award-winning writer, author of All That I Am and Stasiland, as she speaks about her impressive body of work.

4 May 2019, 4.00 pm
Calling Out the Past. Join literary icons Anna Funder and Kim Scott for a discussion on uncovering the past and challenging elements of history that are outlandish and horrific in retrospect—while reflecting on the current political, social and cultural landscape.