William Lane, finalist in the 2018 Carmel Bird Digital Literary Award, chats with publishing intern, Bridgette Sulicich about his prize-winning collection, small forest, about his own reading and writing habits and about some of the inspirations behind this fantastic collection.
Ashley Kalagian Blunt, finalist in the 2018 Carmel Bird Digital Literary Award, chats with publishing intern, Bridgette Sulicich about her prize-winning novella and reflective essay, My Name is Revenge, about her own reading and writing habits and about some of the inspirations behind this amazing book.
In this episode, Weird World of Animals, Ella Watson-Russell presents two stories which give voice to the voiceless – specifically, a budgerigar and a cow.
In this episode, Ali and Emma discuss Samantha See’s ‘Perpetual Motion’ which is performed by Eleni Schumacher. Do we all really need to be attached to a particular physical place to feel at home? Join the discussion on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/cofffeeepodcast/ About the author Samantha See is a twenty-two year old writer, theatre maker and university … Read More
We spoke with Julie Chevalier about ‘An American Photographer Fails To Snap Australian Night Parrot’ which appears in Time, the latest Microlit anthology edited by Cassandra Atherton and published in 2018 by Spineless Wonders. In this interview, Julie talks about her approach to writing microlit, what she is reading right now and her favourite time of year … Read More
In this episode, ‘It’s A Jungle Out There’, four authors contemplate the lives of animals. What is it like living in a dog-eat-dog world? Has human habitation spelt the death of some species? And what happens when we encroach on their world? Join presenter, Ella Watson-Russell for 30 minutes of great listening.
This week we talk to Venita Munir about ‘Time To Leave’ which appears in Time, the latest Microlit anthology edited by Cassandra Atherton and published in 2018 by Spineless Wonders. In this interview, Venita talks about her approach to writing microlit, what she is reading right now and her favourite time of year for putting pen to … Read More
OFF THE PAGE: words + image + sound = one hour of mind-rending, heartbreaking theatre. Whitney Richards presents this winning formula where words are ripped from their paperback snugs – staples still attached, ink still dripping – swallowed whole, then arrayed before you by actors, artists and musicians. You’ll take a train ride up from … Read More
At the time of writing this post, we are still mid-way through the first season of Microflix screenings at the 2018 Surry Hills Festival. So if you live in or are visiting Sydney, there is still time to see these thirty fantastic animated films. Our launch and awards night was held a week ago, but … Read More
Australia Who: Scenes from dystopia is a performance of scenes adapted from award-winning joanne burns’ novella about environmental devastation and people power. The multimedia performance uses live theatre and projections to bring four scenes to life. This free event is suitable for adults only. Bookings are recommended as places are limited. Book here.