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.
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.
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, ‘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.
In this episode, Ella Watson-Russell presents audio stories which riff on the works of Shakespeare, Austen and Nabokov. You’ll hear stories by Mark O’Flynn, Michelle Cahill, Susan McCreery and Carol Ann Martin performed by Tim McGarry, Eleni Schumacher and Ella Watson-Russell.
In this episode, Ella Watson-Russell presents four stories each with very different perspectives on the topic of war and violence. Actor Nicholas Starte performs Harry Kolotas’ ‘Wrath of Achilles’, Tim McGarry’s narration of Charles D’Anastasi’s ‘Broken House’ includes sound design by composer Thomas Ross, Ella narrates Amanda Berry’s ‘We That Are Left’ and Alex Williams … Read More
With the deadline for The Carmel Bird Digital Literary Award (April 30) fast approaching, we thought it timely to let you know what queries we have been receiving – and, more importantly, how we have responded to them. For more details about the award including entry guidelines and instructions on how to submit, click here. … Read More
In this extended interview, Cassandra Atherton, microlit anthology series editor and regular judge of The joanne burns Microlit Award shares her insights into the history as well as the current state of play of the unique literary form, microliterature. She also talks about microlit videos, Japanese culture, micro-cocktails and her obsession with all things tiny. … Read More
This week we talk to Rebecca Lehman about ‘One Day’ which appears in Landmarks, the latest anthology curated by Spineless Wonders. During this interview, Rebecca talks about her favourite landmark, who inspires her writing and what inspired her micro-lit piece.