Sophie Cunningham Interview

12 Nov, 2014 by

Towards the end of 1974, the Northern Hemisphere had been experiencing one of its coldest winters on record. When the resultant low...

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Wayne Macauley Interview

21 Oct, 2014 by

In Demons, the new novel by Wayne Macauley, a small group of friends, middle-aged and largely successful, go away together for the...

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Dianna Sweeney Interview

21 Oct, 2014 by

The Minnow by Diana Sweeney was the winner of the 2013 Text Prize for Young Adult and Children’s Writing, and is the author’s...

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Clare Wright Interview

15 Sep, 2014 by

The Eureka Stockade looms large in the Australian mythology. A battle against tyranny during a time of great potential, as the gold...

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Margaret Drabble Interview

5 Mar, 2014 by

The author of 17 previous novels, winner of the Golden PEN Award, appointed Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire,...

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Rebecca Mead Interview

14 Feb, 2014 by

Called “one of the few English novels written for grown-up people” by Virginia Woolf, and described as the best English language...

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Eimear McBride Interview

10 Feb, 2014 by

A Girl Is a Half-Formed Thing is a remarkable piece of literature. The prose is fractured, as half-formed as the girl of the title,...

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Raphael Jerusalmy Interview

24 Jan, 2014 by

As perhaps the defining moment of the 20th century, the Second World War is fertile ground for fiction – powerful action, searing...

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Eleanor Learmonth Interview

18 Oct, 2013 by

We live in a largely civilised world, governed by what seem immutable social norms – don’t kill and eat your neighbour, for...

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Maria Takolander Interview

18 Oct, 2013 by

Poet, academic, critic, Maria Takolander is the previous author of Catching Butterflies: Bringing Magical Realism to Ground, and...

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