Shuffle authors respond to composers Pt 1

April 2, 2019By Bronwyn_Mehanmicrolit, THE COLUMN

We invited authors to reflect on the soundscapes created by Sonant Bodies & friends for their microlit from the Shuffle anthology. In this post, you will read the responses of Jordie Albiston, Richard Holt, Paulette Smythe, Jen Craig and Christine Howe. We are also hosting an indepth discussion on microlit text and sound with Shuffle … 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

The Microflix Story

September 19, 2018By Bronwyn_MehanTHE COLUMN

At the time of writing this post, we are still mid-way through the first season of Microflix screenings at the 2018 Surry Hills Festival. So if you live in or are visiting Sydney, there is still time to see these thirty fantastic animated films. Our launch and awards night was held a week ago, but … Read More

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

Q&A with Bella Li

May 11, 2018By Mark Venderinterviews, microlit, THE COLUMN

We send our warmest congratulations to Bella Li and the dynamic Vagabond Press for winning the 2018 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award’s Prize for Poetry for  Argosy. Here’s our interview with Bella about ‘A birthmark in the shape of Puglia’ which was published in the microlit anthology, Landmarks edited by Cassandra Atherton.

Time Microlit Author: Emma Ashmere

February 5, 2018By Bronwyn Mehaninterviews, microlit, Time interviews

This week we talk to Emma Ashmere about ‘The Historic Present’ which appears in Time, the latest Microlit anthology edited by Cassandra Atherton and published in 2018 by Spineless Wonders. In this interview, Emma  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

Time Microlit Author: Christine Burrows

February 1, 2018By Bronwyn Mehaninterviews, microlit

This week we talk to Christine Burrows about ‘Aluminium Sky’ which appears in Time, the latest Microlit anthology edited by Cassandra Atherton and published in 2018 by Spineless Wonders. In this interview, Christine  talks about her approach to writing microlit, what she is reading right now and her favourite time of year for putting pen to paper. … Read More

Time Microlit author: Andrew Roff

January 29, 2018By Bronwyn Mehaninterviews, microlit, Time interviews

This week we talk to Andrew Roff about ‘The Lost Hour’ which appears in Time, the latest Microlit anthology edited by Cassandra Atherton and published in 2018 by Spineless Wonders. In this interview, Andrew  talks about his approach to writing microlit, what he is reading right now and his favourite time of year for putting pen to … Read More

Most Underrated Book Award finalist: LOOPHOLES

October 20, 2017By Spineless Wonders ~teamEVENTS, microlit, NEWS & EVENTS (Homepage)

‘This year’s shortlist highlights the diverse, risk-taking and creative work being published by independent publishers….’ We are thrilled that Susan McCreery’s Loopholes in the running for the Small Press Networks’ award for the most underrated book of 2017 sponsored by the Australian Booksellers Association. The winner will be announced by Toni Jordan, one of three MUBA … Read More