Talk: Walking into Alchemy by Amelia Marriette
with book presentation
Amelia Marriette relocated from the UK to Bad Sankt Leonhard in Carinthia in 2015. So captivated was she by the beauty of the Austrian landscape and needing to recover from redundancy from her post as a Keeper of Art that she started to walk. Amelia walked the same route every week for a year. Walking into Alchemy was published by Mereo Books in Cirencester in the UK in 2020 and is currently being read from Brazil to New Zealand. The book illustrates a journey, both physical and mental. A book about love and remembering and remarking: a captivating and easy read - poetry and fact lie seamlessly together as the author unravels her newfound love of life and walking.
Do you want a companion and a manual for walking in the beautiful Austrian landscape?
Do you want a book that helps you to find beauty in the world?
Do you want a book to help you find solace and perhaps even help you to find your own path in life?
Date: Thursday, June 17th, 2021
Time: 18.00 - 19.30 h
via MS Teams
Speaker: Amelia Marriette (Author)
Limited number of participants. Please register HERE no later than Wednesday, June 16th.
Before the talk, why not watch Amelia Marriette's film and Walk the Q3 "Walking into Alchemy" walk with the Author and see the splendours of Lavanttal valley from the perspective of a drone!
Amelia Marriette is currently working with her translators to bring out an edition of her popular book in German. To obtain a copy of Walking into Alchemy in English, please visit ameliamarriette (startnext.com) before the 30th June deadline. Every purchase via this portal will help Amelia to pay her translators and help to make Alchemie des Gehens a reality!
Amelia Marriette is a Playwright, Curator and Shakespeare Scholar. Walking into Alchemy is her first work of non-fiction. Amelia has a degree in English and Art History from the Open University, a Postgraduate Diploma in Museum and Gallery Studies from St Andrew’s University, Scotland and an MA from the Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham.