Ewa Ramsey - The Morbids
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About The Event
Beautiful, funny, and universally relatable, The Morbids by Ewa Ramsey is a story of hidden loneliness and the power of compassion and companionship reminds us that life is an adventure truly worth living.
Ewa appears in-conversation with Hannah-Rose Yee.
This FREE event takes place on Zoom. The Zoom meeting details form part of your ticket, emailed to you after registration.
You can also pre-order copies of The Morbids, and we'll happily ship them anywhere in Australia for free!
About the Book
Caitlin is convinced she's going to die. Two years ago, she was a normal twenty-something with a blossoming career and a plan to go travelling with her best friend: until a car accident left her with a deep, unshakable understanding that she's only alive by mistake.
Caitlin deals with these thoughts by throwing herself into work, self-medicating with alcohol, and attending a support group for people with death-related anxiety, informally known as the Morbids. But when her best friend announces she's getting married in Bali, and she meets a handsome doctor named Tom, Caitlin must overcome her fear of death and learn to start living again.
Beautiful, funny, and universally relatable, this story of hidden loneliness and the power of compassion and companionship reminds us that life is an adventure truly worth living.
Heart-wrenching, heart-warming and ultimately uplifting, The Morbids is a story about the power of a little kindness.
About the Author
Ewa Ramsey is an emerging writer and arts administrator based in Newcastle, NSW. She has presented short fiction at the National Young Writers Festival, won a commendation in the Newcastle Short Story Award, and been a finalist in the Newcastle Herald Short Story Competition.
She has also written for PC&Tech Authority, and worked as an editorial assistant and pop-culture writer and reviewer for Atomic magazine. She is currently Operations Manager for the Newcastle Writers Festival and on the board of the National Young Writers Festival.
About the Moderator
Hannah-Rose Yee has written about culture, celebrity and the zeitgeist for magazines including marie claire, Vogue, Gourmet Traveller and Man Repeller. She is also a big reader, and will recommend a book to you if you ask for one (and probably also if you don't). She likes books about love, friendship and women living their best lives. She lives in Sydney.
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