This week we talk to Gavin Austin about his piece ‘My Mother’s Song’ which appears in Landmarks, the latest anthology curated by Spineless Wonders. During this interview we discover Gavin’s favourite Australian landscape, who inspires his writing and what inspired his micro-lit ‘My Mother’s Song’.
We are excited to be launching the Spineless Wonders StoryPhones. The first set of twelve audio stories to be featured on the StoryPhones are microlit – all under two minutes long. The subject matter ranges from shark attacks to shipwrecks and they are recorded by actors as well as authors. In this article, intern, Jordan … Read More
Do you remember push button phones? When the only form of communication, outside of face-to-face, was by picking up the phone and calling a friend? When there was no such thing as instant messaging or social media? And the only way to find out about someone’s life was by calling them? StoryPhones is about capturing … Read More
In China, they are called ‘smoke long’ since they can be read in the time it takes to smoke a cigarette. In Japan, they are called ‘palm of the hand’ stories which suggests they are about a paragraph or 200 words and the Swedish playwright, Strindberg published stories which told ‘a bit of human history … Read More