Ross Fitzgerald

Ross Fitzgerald: Fifty Years Sober: An Alcoholic’s Journey

2020-01-22T15:35:03+11:00Tags: |

SPEAKER:   ROSS FITZGERALD (Emeritus Professor at Griffith University and author of Fifty Years Sober: An Alcoholic's Journey) DATE: Monday 16 March 2020 *Book from 1 March 2020**  TIME: 5.30 for 6pm     LIGHT REFRESHMENTS   TOPIC: Fifty Years Sober: An Alcoholic's Journey VENUE: The Sydney Institute, 47 Phillip Street (between Bent and Bridge Street), [...]

The 2016 Federal Election – The Australian Sex Party

2017-04-20T15:26:31+10:00Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Professor Ross Fitzgerald AM is the Australian Sex Party's lead Senate candidate in NSW. He is the author of 39 books, most recently of Going Out Backwards - a sexual/political satire in which his alter ego Senator Professor Dr Grafton Everest holds the balance of power in the Upper House! On Tuesday 7 June 2016, Ross [...]

Aussie Rules & Heartfelt Moments

2017-04-20T12:02:19+10:00Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

A life-long Collingwood supporter, Professor Ross Fitzgerald AM is the author of 39 books, including his memoir My Name is Ross: An Alcoholic’s Journey and the co-authored political/sexual satire, Going Out Backwards: A Grafton Everest Adventure. In 2015, he edited Aussie Rules & Heartfelt Moments which is a collection of well known Australian contributors each [...]

THE BANDAR LOG – A LABOR STORY OF THE 1950s

2017-04-20T17:07:42+10:00Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Australian Canberra Press Gallery journalist Alan Reid was both a player and an observer of the great Labor split of the 1950s. From his experience, he not only came to a very dark view of political players on all sides but also wrote a novel – The Bandar Log – depicting the machinations of both [...]

Political Fiction and Non-Fiction – Alan Reid (1914-1987) and Peter Coleman

2019-01-02T12:33:49+11:00Categories: Function|Tags: , , , , |

**Book from 10 June** Speaker(s): Helen Trinca|Peter Coleman|Ross Fitzgerald Date: 2015-06-24 Venue: The Gallipoli Club, 12 Loftus Street (between Bridge Street & Alfred Street), Sydney Time: 5.30 for 6pm