Season 1 of Coffee Pod|cast ends with Ali and Emma switching to espresso tequilas to discuss Dominique Hecq’s ‘Four Thousand Winks’ narrated by Whitney Richards. The discussion ranges from Dr Who to pregnancy sex and we ask do you remember your actual birth day? Tell us what think of our podcast, join the conversation on … Read More
We spoke with Dominique Hecq about ‘Four Thousand Winks’ which appears in Time, the Microlit anthology edited by Cassandra Atherton and published in 2018 by Spineless Wonders. In this interview, Dominique talks about her approach to writing microlit, what she is reading right now and her favourite time of year for putting pen to paper.
In this episode, Ali and Emma chat about Pamela Seckin’s ‘Amelie’ which is performed by Eleni Schumacher. They discuss the movie which inspired this microlit and delve into the meaning of the ‘manic pixie dream girl’ trope it is based on. They reminisce about their own Paris adventures and ask their listeners if they dream … Read More
In this episode, Ali and Emma chat about Shady Cosgrove’s microlit, ‘Call An Ambulance’ which was performed by Eleni Schumacher as part of Spineless Wonders’ live show, Little Fictions at Knox Street Bar, Chippendale in Sydney. Our curious podcast hosts ask what if this was narrated by a person of a different gender, what if … Read More
In this episode, Ali and Emma present Johanna Ellersdorfer’s ‘Texting Through Time Zones’ performed by Felix Johnson. They chat about geograhically-challenged relationships and the issues we all face when mediating life in the world of social media. Have you had a long-distance relationship? Join the conversation here on the Coffee Pod|cast Facebook page.
In this episode, Ali and Emma discuss Angie Holst’s ‘Addicted’ which is performed by Lauren Hamilton Neill. See if you can guess what the addiction is before the reveal. Join the discussion on Facebook.
In this episode, our host, Ella Watson-Russell presents two stories which take a look behind the curtain at fiction in film, on TV as well as on stage.
In this episode, Emma and Ali discuss ‘Blue Light Disco’ written by Newcastle author, Kellie Hawkins and performed by Eleni Schumacher. Their chat ranges across topics from Brett Kavanaugh to ballet flats and they ask you to share your memories of primary school dances. Join the discussion on Facebook. About the author Kellie Hawkins is … Read More
We are thrilled to announce the winner and two runners up in the first Carmel Bird Digital Literary Award.
Beth Spencer, winner 2018 Carmel Bird Digital Literary Award, discusses the writing of The Age of Fibs with Bridgette Sulicich. Beth talks about her own reading and writing habits and about some of the inspirations behind this unique collection.