On an exceptionally kind February afternoon in Perth yesterday, I had the pleasure of speaking to Annamaria Weldon and Moreno Giovannoni about goddesses and fireflies. The late great Mary Oliver [...]
These days I write the word ‘writer’ on forms that ask me what I do. I know I’ve earned it. I am that person – a published novelist. Publication has [...]
I first met Shokoofeh Azar in Fremantle about 3 years ago after reading a story she had published in the Westerly. Within 5 minutes we were chatting as if we [...]
Here's a guest post on Amanda Curtin's blog, ahead of the launch of The Historian's Daughter on 31st August.
My publishers have just told me that The Historian's Daughter is now featured on their website as a forthcoming title. This is tremendously exciting and is now starting to feel [...]
2015 was the year I submitted my PhD and the year I intended to read ‘differently.’ I wanted to step out of my comfort zone by reading writers I had [...]