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Working with Words: Alistair Baldwin
Alistair Baldwin is a comedian, improviser and writer for The Weekly with Charlie Pickering. He spoke with us about writers as products, the potential for genetic modification to save and/or destroy us all, and writing an advice column using only knowledge of Agatha Christie.
Working with Words: Stephen Orr
Stephen Orr is the acclaimed, Adelaide-based author of seven novels, including Time's Long Ruin and The Hands. His new book, The Fierce Country, is a work of literary true crime that draws on the famous disappearance of the Beaumont children in Adelaide in 1966. Stephen spoke with us about Storm Boy, …
Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowships 2018: Introducing the Fellows (round two)
Meet the second intake of Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellows, and take a peek at the projects they'll be working on.
Working with Words: Kate Lyons
Kate Lyons is the author of The Far-Back Country. She spoke with us about her least favourite time of day, the importance of editing and using the page like a camera.
Working with Words: Kate van Hooft
Kate van Hooft is the author of We See the Stars. She spoke with us about Paul Jennings, working in education and finding musical themes for characters.
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