Why do relationships between men and women form in the way they do? Why do they break down in mystifying and often violent ways? How can we protect women? And what do we have to do to fix toxic masculinity?
Taken together, Jess Hill's See What You Made Me Do and Stephanie Wood's Fake form a powerful and timely investigation into the behaviour of men in relationships with women, the national emergency of domestic abuse and toxic masculinity, and the lies men use to justify bizarre and violent acts.
Jess and Stephanie will be in-conversation with a special guest to be announced soon in this unmissable event, the third afternoon session at our Newtown Festival Writers' Space, located in the Newtown Church Hall adjacent to the festival grounds.
Copies of See What You Made Me Do and Fake will be available for purchase and signing on the day.