Don Watson is one of Australia’s most distinguished writers and public speakers. In 1992 he became Paul Keating’s speech-writer and adviser and his best-selling account of those years, Recollections of a Bleeding Heart: Paul Keating Prime Minister, won the Age Book of the Year and Non-Fiction Prizes, the Brisbane Courier Mail Book of the Year, the National Biography Award and the Australian Literary Studies Association’s Book of the Year. In addition to regular books, articles and essays, in recent years he has also written feature films, including The Man Who Sued God, starring Billy Connolly and Judy Davis. Following the publication of his most recent book, Bendable Learnings – The Language of Management, Don Watson joined Susan Butler and David Malouf to address The Sydney Institute on Wednesday 27 January 2010.
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