Texts in the City: Wuthering Heights
Each week, Texts in the City brings you experts intimately familiar with texts from the VCE English list, unearthing those hidden gems that could help your essay shine –or reignite your love of a classic. This week, host Lili Wilkinson and guest - theatre critic and author Alison Croggon - dive into Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights.
Presented in association with The Victorian Association for the Teaching of English.
Lili Wilkinson is the award-winning author of twelve YA novels, including Pink, Green Valentine and The Boundless Sublime. She established the insideadog website, the Inky Awards and the Inkys Creative Reading Prize at the Centre for Youth Literature, State Library of Victoria. She has a PhD in Creative Writing, and lives in Melbourne with her husband, son, dog and three chickens. Her latest book is After the Lights Go Out.
Alison Croggon is an award-winning novelist, poet, theatre writer, critic and editor who lives in Melbourne, Australia. She works in many genres and her books and poems have been published to acclaim nationally and internationally.
She is arts editor for The Saturday Paper and co-founder of the performance criticism website Witness. Her most recent book is the creative non-fiction Monsters, out in March 2021, from Scribe Publications.