Mon, 21 Sept | Zoom - see ticket email for meeting details

S. L. Lim - Revenge: Murder in Three Parts

S. L. Lim's 'Revenge: Murder in Three Parts' is a brilliant new novel that rages against capitalism, hetero-supremacy, mothers, fathers, families – the whole damn thing. It’s about what happens when you want to make art but are born in the wrong time & place. S. L. Lim chats with Cher Tan.
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S. L. Lim - Revenge: Murder in Three Parts

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21 Sept 2020, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Zoom - see ticket email for meeting details

About The Event

Revenge: Murder in Three Parts is the brilliant new novel from S. L. Lim, author of Real Differences. This is a novel that rages against capitalism, hetero-supremacy, mothers, fathers, families – the whole damn thing. It’s about what happens when you want to make art but are born in the wrong time and place.

S. L. Lim appears in-conversation with Cher Tan.

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 Revenge: Murder in Three Parts, and we'll happily ship them anywhere in Australia for free!

About the Book

Revenge: Murder in Three Parts is a brilliant new novel from the author of Real Differences. A family favour their son over their daughter. Shan attends university before making his fortune in Australia while Yannie must find menial employment and care for her ageing parents. After her mother’s death, Yannie travels to Sydney to become enmeshed in her psychopathic brother’s new life, which she seeks to undermine from within …

This is a novel that rages against capitalism, hetero-supremacy, mothers, fathers, families – the whole damn thing. It’s about what happens when you want to make art but are born in the wrong time and place.

About the Author

S. L. Lim was born in Singapore and moved to Sydney at the age of one. Her first novel Real Differences was published by Transit Lounge in 2019. She has appeared at literary festivals including Melbourne and Byron. An earlier version of Revenge was shortlisted for the 2017 Epigram Fiction Manuscript Prize.

About the Moderator

Cher Tan is an essayist and critic in Birraranga/Melbourne, via Kaurna Yerta/Adelaide and Singapore. Her work has appeared in The Sydney Review of Books, The Saturday Paper, The Lifted Brow, Kill Your Darlings, Runway Journal and elsewhere. She is an editor at LIMINAL, forthcoming reviews editor for Meanjin and a commissioning editor at the Feminist Writers Festival.

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