This week we talk to Julie Chevalier about her piece ‘Rocquefort’ which appears in Landmarks, the latest anthology curated by Spineless Wonders. During this interview Julie describes a landmark of significance to her, she talks about who inspires her writing and what inspired her micro-lit piece.
1. What inspired you to write the prose poem/microfiction which will appear in Writing To The Edge? I was in a chemist shop when I overheard an angry conversation. Toothbrushes were strewn around the floor. A wiry woman shrieked into her mobile phone, ‘Someone stole my ‘done and don’t I know who it was!’ I … Read More
1.Who are the short fiction authors you admire (Australian or otherwise, alive or dead)? Tillie Olsen, Ernest Hemingway,Alice Munro, Pam Houston, Lorrie Moore, Jhumpa Lahiri, Tina Lupton, Katie Chase, Elizabeth Strout. From Australia, Ryan O’Neill and Sue Taylor. 2. What is the most memorable short story you have read? And why does it stand out … Read More