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Fremantle Press Podcast: Zoe Deleuil

Meet Zoe Deleuil, one of the six writers shortlisted for the 2018 City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award. Here she chats to Claire Miller about her novel, She Came to Stay.

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Fremantle Press Podcast: Steve Hawke on his sweeping Kimberley epic The Valley

The Valley, Steve Hawke's stunning novel, sweeps across four generations of one family, who have lived hidden away, deep in a secret valley in the Kimberley. In the fourth episode of the Fremantle Press Podcast series, Kate Lomas Glendenning talks to the author about how the Kimberley landscape inspired him, the difference between writing plays and novels, and how The Valley evolved from an unrelenting 'storyworm'.

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Fremantle Press Podcast: Trish Versteegen

Meet Trish Versteegen, one of the six writers shortlisted for the 2018 City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award. Here she chats to Claire Miller about her novel, The Seventh Sister.

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Liz Byrski’s ultimate book club

If you could have anyone you wanted at your book club meeting, dead or alive, who would you invite? Great Big Book Club Tea Party ambassador Liz Byrski tells us why diversity in reading is vital to understanding one another and who she would invite to her ultimate book club.

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Introducing the up-and-coming communications and book industry professionals behind the Fremantle Press podcast: Kellie Eighteen

Kellie hails from the semirural outskirts of Perth, on the way out to Mundaring. As a result of her background, Kellie found many points of commonality with poet Tracy Ryan when she interviewed Tracy about her new collection, The Water Bearer. Kellie is currently studying a double major in English and Cultural Studies at ECU with a minor in writing and hopes to go on to postgraduate study after graduation. This is her first podcast for Fremantle Press.

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