Landmarks: Tim Heffernan

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

This week we talk with prose poet, Tim Heffernan, whose recent work ‘Barunga Conversation’ appears in Landmarks – the latest anthology curated by Spineless Wonders. During this interview we discover Tim’s favourite Australian landscape, who inspires his writing and what inspired his poem, ‘Barunga Conversation.’ Follow Us:   Share this page:

Out of Place: Tim Heffernan

December 10, 2015By Bronwyn MehanOut_of_Place, Shop

This week, we ask Wollongong-based writer, Tim Heffernan to tell us about the inspiration for his microlit piece published in Out of Place, edited by Kirsten Tranter and Linda Godfrey, about writers he admires and about endings. As Tim says, he is a serial ‘spineless wonder’ which is why we allow him, this once, to … Read More

Stoned Crow: Tim Heffernan

July 8, 2013By Bronwyn MehanStoned Crows interviews No Comments

1. What inspired you to write the prose poem/microfiction which is published in Stoned Crows & other Australian icons? I wanted to communicate something about the nature of psychosis. This poem is a compressed recount of an actual walk around Sydney in May 2005 and it tries to show how real experiences conspire to create … Read More