What You Might Find – a heady experience

June 5, 2018By Bronwyn_MehanTHE COLUMN

We are delighted to bring you the text in full of Cassandra Atherton’s speech at the launch of Richard Holt’s debut collection, What You Might Find at St Kilda Readings earlier this year. Richard’s reply to this wonderful launch speech was to perform a few songs based on stories from the collection on his newly-invented … Read More

Microlit – what is it? Q&A with Cassandra Atherton

February 17, 2018By Spineless Wonders ~teaminterviews, microlit, Shop, THE COLUMN

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

Landmarks: Jodi Vial

May 12, 2017By Spineless Wonders ~teaminterviews, Shop, short story anthology, short story collection, THE COLUMN, The joanne burns Award

This week we talk to Newcastle local Jodi Vial about her piece ‘The Span’ which appears in Landmarks, the latest anthology curated by Spineless Wonders. During this interview we discover Jodi’s favourite Australian landscape, who inspires her writing and what inspired her mirco-lit ‘The Span.’ Follow Us:   Share this page:

Landmarks: Mark O’Flynn

May 10, 2017By Spineless Wonders ~teaminterviews, Shop, short story anthology, short story collection, THE COLUMN, The joanne burns Award

This week we ask poet, Mark O’flynn about his piece ‘Fragment from a Western’ which appears in Landmarks, the latest anthology curated by Spineless Wonders. During this interview we discover Mark’s favourite Australian landscape, who inspires his writing and what inspired his mirco-lit poem, ‘Fragment from a Western.’ Follow Us:   Share this page:

Landmarks: Maree Gallop

May 5, 2017By Spineless Wonders ~teaminterviews, Shop, short story anthology, short story collection, THE COLUMN, The joanne burns Award

This week we discuss the short story form with Newcastle fiction writer, Maree Gallop. Her short story ‘Lost in Translation’ appears in Landmarks, the latest anthology curated by Spineless Wonders. During this interview we discover Maree’s favourite Australian landscape, who inspires her writing and what inspired her mirco-lit, ‘Lost in Translation.’ Follow Us:   Share this page:

Landmarks: Danielle Baldock

May 3, 2017By Spineless Wonders ~teaminterviews, Shop, short story anthology, short story collection, THE COLUMN, The joanne burns Award

This week we discuss the short story form with writer, Danielle Baldock. Her short story ‘The Turning’ appears in Landmarks, the latest anthology curated by Spineless Wonders. During this interview we discover Dani’s favourite Australian landscape, who inspires her writing and what inspired her mirco-lit, ‘The Turning.’ Follow Us:   Share this page:

Landmarks: Lisa Reily

April 28, 2017By Spineless Wonders ~teaminterviews, Shop, short story anthology, short story collection, THE COLUMN, The joanne burns Award

This week we talk to budget-traveller and writer, Lisa Reily about her short story ‘Mum’s Garden’. This story appears in Landmarks, the latest anthology curated by Spineless Wonders. During this interview we discover Lisa’s favourite Australian landscape, who inspires her writing and what inspired her mirco-lit, ‘Mum’s Garden.’ Follow Us:   Share this page: