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Australian Writers

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Writers on Location – Joy Rhoades on the New England Tableland, NSW, Australia

The first Australian Writers on Location post (Clare Atkins on Darwin) proved exceptionally popular back in the summer and I’m delighted to be returning to a very different part of this huge and beautiful country in the company of Joy Rhoades, author of The Woolgrower’s Companion.  It’s a first novel which has achieved critical success, … Continue reading

Writers on Location – Clare Atkins on Darwin, Australia

It’s always exciting when a guest post hits my inbox. The writers are here because I love their work, and the pieces invariably give a telling and enticing flavour of the writing and the book.  How they choose to go about that is entirely their call; although the Writers on Location posts often do inspire … Continue reading

Guest Author – David Rain on The Butterfly Effect: Retold Stories

Some stories have such a strong hold on the popular imagination that they refuse to fade away.  The desire to reconnect with the familiar in a new way has a history of crossing different media: the written word, opera, drama, the movies.   Sometimes it’s the original storyline relocated in time or place, sometimes a sequel or … Continue reading