About the Book
Daisy & Woolf by Michelle Cahill is an enthralling tale that interweaves two distinct yet interconnected narratives. Set in different eras, the book juxtaposes the lives of two remarkable women, Daisy and Woolf, separated by time but bound by the common thread of resilience and self-discovery.
Through Daisy’s modern-day struggle with identity and societal expectations, and Woolf’s early 20th-century pursuit of artistic expression and liberation, the novel delves deep into themes of feminism, self-empowerment, and the enduring human spirit.
Cahill’s lyrical prose beautifully explores the complexities of womanhood across generations, leaving readers captivated by the enduring relevance of these timeless themes.
About the Facilitator
Hellai Gul facilitated the conversation around Daisy & Woolf by Michelle Cahill on Friday 25th August 2023.
Hellai Gul is a poet, critic, and writer. Living and working on sovereign Burramattagal and Gadigal lands. They are currently curating poems for a collection and writing a dissertation at USyd. Their work can be found in Sydney Review of Books, Cordite, Mascara, Foam:e, and more.
This event took place Friday, 25 August in the safe and welcoming space of Arts & Cultural Exchange, Parramatta.