A Conversation with Catherine Meyrick

This interview is from the website of Pam Lecky a historical novelist who writes enthralling historical mysteries.

Pam Lecky

Today in the Library we have Catherine Meyrick, who has dropped in to say hello and to share some insights into her life as an author.

You are very welcome, Catherine, please introduce yourself:

Hi Pam, thank you for inviting me.

I am an Australian writer with a love of history. I grew up on the outskirts of Ballarat, a large regional city about 70 miles from Melbourne, one of the first places where gold was discovered in the early 1850s. In many ways, history is a constant presence in Ballarat from the fine 19th century buildings and the wide streets (the main street is wide enough to turn a bullock team) to the Eureka Stockade, an armed rebellion by gold miners objecting to the cost of a miner’s licence, seen basically as taxation without representation. It ultimately resulted in the Victorian Electoral Act 1856 which mandated adult male…

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