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Bull, The Moon and the Coronet of Stars, The  

Bull, The Moon and the Coronet of Stars, The $20.90 ex GST
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Alone in the museum, in the dark, Marion unravels a ball of string so Michael can venture into a mystery. In recent weeks, strange stirrings have haunted the ancient relics and rumours of a monster abound. Michael finds his way back to her and to an impossible situation.

Marion flees and finds herself the prim centre of an over-sexed septuagenarian art group at a seaside resort. Here, Marion is infuriated by Mark, a wayward sommelier with an eye for the ladies, determined to disrupt her lessons and her life.

Whimsical, sensual and charmingly humorous, The Bull, The Moon and The Coronet of Stars is a love story of mythic proportions. It will lure you into an orgy of antiquity, cupcakes and beachside frivolity.


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Currency Press | 978-0-86819-972-6 | Sales rights: worldwide | PB

Author

VAN BADHAM is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning playwright, critic, novelist and screenwriter. Her plays have been performed across Australia, the UK, the USA, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Slovenia and Iceland. She was the first Australian selected for New York’s Summer Play Festival and a two-year residency at LAMDA. She won the Harold Hobson Award for Drama Criticism in the UK and received a Premier’s Award in Queensland for her much-lauded play Black Hands / Dead Section. Van also trained in writing for television on the BBC serial Holby City, writes and performs for music theatre and cabaret, and has had an extensive career in radio; her radio plays have been broadcast by the BBC and she co-hosted the monthly Speaks Volumes Classic Book Club on ABC666 Canberra. When Van lived in London she worked as the Literary Manager of the city’s renowned Finborough Theatre. She had the same role at Melbourne's Malthouse Theatre upon her return to Australia.

Van is currently a columnist at The Guardian, Australia.