42 min

James Bradley: Ghost Species Sydney Writers' Festival

    • Society & Culture

An exquisitely beautiful and deeply affecting exploration of connection and loss in an age of planetary trauma, Ghost Species is the latest novel by prize-winning author and critic James Bradley. When scientist Kate Larkin joins a secretive project to re-engineer the climate by resurrecting extinct species, she becomes enmeshed in a clandestine program to recreate our long-lost species, the Neanderthals. James talks with ABC Radio’s Cassie McCullagh about the novel that Charlotte Wood characterises as “prescient, thrillingly imaginative... urgent and frighteningly timely.”

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An exquisitely beautiful and deeply affecting exploration of connection and loss in an age of planetary trauma, Ghost Species is the latest novel by prize-winning author and critic James Bradley. When scientist Kate Larkin joins a secretive project to re-engineer the climate by resurrecting extinct species, she becomes enmeshed in a clandestine program to recreate our long-lost species, the Neanderthals. James talks with ABC Radio’s Cassie McCullagh about the novel that Charlotte Wood characterises as “prescient, thrillingly imaginative... urgent and frighteningly timely.”

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

42 min

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