Coffee Pod|cast Episode 21 Aftermath

March 4, 2019By Bronwyn_MehanEpisodes, microlit, NEWS, Podcast

What impact does a simple act of compassion have on someone suffering post-traumatic stress? In this episode, Ali and Emma discuss Shady Cosgrove’s moving microfiction, ‘Aftermath’ published in the microlit anthology, Shuffle and narrated by Alex Neal. Our presenters have differing interpretations of what it is that the character Jimmy has been through and dive … Read More

Winners of the NWF/joanne burns Microlit Awards

February 22, 2019By Bronwyn_Mehanmicrolit, NEWS, Shop

We have great pleasure in announcing the names of the winning entries of the National and Hunter categories of the NWF/joanne burns Microlit Award. The National winner is Sydney-based Waradjuri writer, BRENDA SAUNDERS for her piece called ‘Birding’. Here’s what Cassandra Atherton, the award judge said about it: Brenda Saunders’ ‘Birding’ is a brilliantly surreal … Read More

Coffee Pod|cast Ep 19 Four Thousand Winks

December 24, 2018By Bronwyn_MehanEpisodes, microlit, NEWS, Podcast

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

Time Q&A with Dominique Hecq

December 24, 2018By Bronwyn_Mehaninterviews, microlit, THE COLUMN, Time interviews

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.

Coffee Pod|cast Ep 18 Amelie

December 10, 2018By Bronwyn_MehanEpisodes, microlit, NEWS, Podcast

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

Coffee Pod|cast Ep 17 Call An Ambulance

November 26, 2018By Bronwyn_MehanEpisodes, microlit, NEWS, Podcast

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

Coffee Podcast Ep 13 Perpetual Motion

October 1, 2018By Bronwyn_MehanEpisodes, microlit

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

Time Microlit Author Julie Chevalier

September 28, 2018By Bronwyn_Mehanmicrolit, THE COLUMN, Time interviews

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

Time Microlit Author Venita Munir

September 22, 2018By Bronwyn_Mehanmicrolit, THE COLUMN, Time interviews

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