From the death of old-growth trees at Beeliar Wetlands to securing the seeds of potential trees at Kings Park, her work holds both anticipatory grief and hope for the future. In this episode of the Fremantle Press Podcast, Nandi speaks to Holden Sheppard about her very special brand of peripatetic creativity, which has led to her latest poetry collection, The Future Keepers.
In this episode of the Fremantle Press podcast, poet Caitlin Maling chats to Holden Sheppard about her new collection, Fish Song, which celebrates the beautiful coastline of Western Australia and the people and creatures that live on it.
The shortlist has been announced for the 2019 Fogarty Literary Award and Western Australian author Rebecca Higgie is on the list. In this podcast she chats to Marketing and Communications Manager Claire Miller about her manuscript The History of Mischief and what it took to create the story.
Belinda Hermawan sits down with Marketing and Communications Manager Claire Miller to talk about her collection of short stories S to Z, which is longlisted for the Fogarty Literary Award for writers aged 18 to 35.
With the 2019 Fogarty Literary Award announcement just over the horizon, it’s time to introduce our longlisters. In the latest podcast, Alex Dook talks to Marketing and Communications Manager Claire Miller about his manuscript No Answer, his penchant for randomly emailing authors who sometimes answer back, and his partner in crime writing – Rufus the cat.
Spoiler alert! Listening to this podcast will endow you with the ‘very mild superpower’* of being able to pick who the murderer is in on-screen crime dramas. In this episode, Holden Sheppard speaks to crime writer Dave Warner about his new book River of Salt and Dave spills the beans on his fool-proof method of how to know ‘whodunnit’.