Mark Lamprell Interview

18 May, 2016 by

Have you ever been captured by the magic of a city? Perhaps you’ve been on a holiday and felt like things were out of your...

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Andrew O’Hagan Interview

2 May, 2016 by

What we do, what we remember, can define who we are. In a retirement home in the UK, Anne is slowly losing her memory, and the story...

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Max Porter Interview

2 May, 2016 by

Crow flits throughout the myths we tell ourselves– trickster spirit, harbinger of death, companion to gods, holder of secrets; he...

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Justine Larbalestier Interview

29 Mar, 2016 by

Justine Larbalestier is the author of award-winning books for Young Adults, including Liar, Razorhurst, and most recently My Sister...

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David Astle Interview 2015

8 Feb, 2016 by

From Sophocles to JK Rowling, riddles have been an important part of literature – but what is it about the form that so tickles the...

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Judy & Tim Sharp Interview

8 Feb, 2016 by

After Tim was born, and he and his mother Judy left the hospital, she couldn’t understand why he wouldn’t stop crying. For...

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Charlotte Wood Interview

17 Nov, 2015 by

A young woman wakes up in an austere room, groggy from drugs, and unsure where she is. Orderlies shave her head and lead her outside,...

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Andrew P Street Interview

17 Nov, 2015 by

When Tony Abbott won the 2013 election, it was against a Labor party that had been so wracked by internal division that it seemed...

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Tim Griffiths Interview

28 Sep, 2015 by

Do you remember the iconic photos of the Shackleton expedition to the South Pole? The ship trapped in ice. The explorers eventually...

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Robyn Windshuttle Interview

20 Jun, 2015 by

For Robyn Windshuttle dance lessons were initially a fun escape, a convenient break from a difficult home life, but dancing quickly...

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