Spineless Wonders asks Monica Goldberg

September 17, 2012By Bronwynsmall wonder interviews No Comments

1. What inspired you to write the prose poem/ micro fiction which is published in small wonder? The realisation that I may never find the right words to describe my visit to Skierniewicza. My grandmother’s parents and siblings were victims of the holocaust. They simply vanished. I wanted to at least try to describe how … Read More

Spineless Wonders asks Mary Manning

September 4, 2012By Bronwyninterviews No Comments

1. Who are the short fiction authors you admire (Australian or otherwise, alive or dead)? There are so many: Colm Tóibín, Alice Munro, Jhumpa Lahiri, David Malouf, Banana Yamamoto, Amy Kempel, Keri Hulme. Haruki Murakami has had the most influence on my own writing in recent years.  2. What is the most memorable short story … Read More

Spineless Wonders Audio

August 7, 2012By Bronwynguest blog No Comments

EARWORMS Breaking the Silence When I first began thinking about Spineless Wonders back in late 2010, I envisaged the three platforms, PRINT DIGITAL AUDIO. At last, we are now offering short Australian stories as audio files or, as we like to say, as Earworms, stories that stay with you. In writing this blog post, we … Read More