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Each month Bri is in conversation with a contemporary author followed by a Q&A session.
Author Sarah Dingle joins the book club to talk about her novel Brave New Humans, The Dirty Reality of Donor Conception.
An astonishing real-life whodunnit and investigative exposé, Brave New Humans reveals the uncomfortable realities of assisted reproduction and its very human fallout.
In a profoundly personal way, Brave New Humans shines a light on the global fertility business today — a booming and largely unregulated industry that takes a startlingly lax approach to huge ethical concerns.
Join Bri and Sarah for an important and honest look at the fertility industry, and the human need for knowledge of who we are and where we come from.
Sarah Dingle is a dual Walkley Award-winning investigative reporter and presenter with the ABC, working across radio and TV current affairs, news and documentary. Her work has also won the UN’s Media Peace Prize, the Voiceless Media Prize and the Australian College of Educators Media Award. Her radio documentaries have been recognised by the Australian Human Rights Commission, Amnesty International and the National Press Club.
Brave New Humans is available for purchase and delivery through the State Library bookshop