Conversations with women about writing. Hosted by Adele Walsh and Kelly Gardiner.
On characters: Sarah Dollard and Lili Wilkinson
We talk to two long time friends, Sarah Dollard and Lili Wilkinson, on how they approach writing character for the screen and on the page. We hear them discuss how they met, their approach to writing characters (even if they're not human), and what makes for a great hero or villian.
On sisters: Kate Forsyth and Belinda Murrell
We talk to two best-selling authors, Kate Forsyth and Belinda Murrell, both prolific writers of women's stories, who happen to be sisters. What's it like, growing up in a family of writers? Which literary or fictional sisters influenced them? What stories shaped them?
On world building: Amie Kaufman & C.S. Pacat
We talk to two writers who have made their mark with stories full of adventure, high stakes and nuanced word building: Amie Kaufman and C.S. Pacat. We asked them to dig into their inspiration, process, research, and how they surprise their readers.
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On collaboration: Ana Kokkinos & Mira Robertson
We talk to two women who make up a productive creative partnership: Mira Robertson, screenwriter, script editor, and now novelist; and Ana Kokkinos, film and television director and screenwriter. They have collaborated with each other, with other screenwriters, adapted novels and plays, and worked on their own projects. So we asked them about writing in collaboration, and in solitude.
On murder: Kerry Greenwood, Vikki Petraitis & Lindy Cameron
Three queens of crime fiction and fact tell us why crime writing is so popular, how they research and write fiction and true crime, and we get an insight into one of the genre's favourite characters: Miss Phryne Fisher. #podcast #true crime #crime #mystery #writing #reading
On academia: Roundtable discussion
What makes good academic writing? We talk to five women from different disciplines who all write and read academic articles, papers, books and essays – and teach students how to write for academia. With guests Wernmei Yong Ade (Singapore), Deirdre Byrne (South Africa), Serena Petrella (Canada), Chantelle Gray van Heerden (South Africa) and Marianne Schleicher (Denmark).
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Good content, beyond abysmal sound quality.
Two stars for content. Loved hearing the thoughts and stories about woman writers. But the sound quality is SO terrible, found it unbearable. Could not understand much of what was said and the sound is tinny and echo-y, very unpleasant. Improve the sound and would return to listen, again.