“I’d just got my life back. I’d just mentally got my head back on track. And then it was all taken away from me.”
Michelle Johnston and Dawn Barker share their writerly journeys, innermost fears and survival techniques.
“Despite having a really loving family, I didn’t know how to process that pain and I didn’t know how to seek out the love that I so desperately needed and wanted.”
Matthew and Daniel Bacon share stories about self-love, identity, and queer resilience.
Sandi Parsons considers her guardianship of gifted lungs one of her many victories in her ongoing battle with Cystic Fibrosis.
Emanuel Gherardi’s story begins long before he was born with events that transpired against the backdrop of World War II Italy and shaped many lives across many decades.
YA Authors Alicia Tuckerman and Holden Sheppard share their individual journeys to publication.
Listen to the live recording from our NAIDOC Week 2018 celebration event: Stories From Her.
Robert Wood in conversation with Sisonke Msimang on her memoir, ‘Always Another Country’
Laurie Steed and Susan Midalia explore their journeys, and survival techniques, to publication.
On the evening of 14 June we joined Louise Allan and Amanda Curtin as they explored their journeys, and survival techniques, to publication.
Joseph Northover speaks about love, loss and growing up in Northbridge in the 80's.
Ms Doogs was a workshop-meets-discussion #safespace focussed on gendered experiences in the arts held at Camp Doogs 2017.
Dai Fan and Liz Byrski discuss the passions and interests that drive their writing practices in both fiction and non-fiction.
Amanda Joy was born and raised in the Kimberley and Pilbara regions of Western Australia, her first full-length book, Snake Like Charms, was part of the UWAP Poetry series.
Susan Bradley Smith is an award-winning writer. Her latest books are the verse memoir The Screaming Middle; the poetry collection Beds For All Who Come; and the memoir Friday Forever.
Lucy Dougan’s books include White Clay (Giramondo), Meanderthals (Web del Sol) and The Guardians (Giramondo).
Scott Ludlam on why he became an activist.
Caitlin Maling is a WA poet with two collections out through Fremantle Press, the most recent of which, Border Crossing, was published earlier this year.
J.P. Quinton has written ten poetry chapbooks, including The Other Report: Poems Against the Destruction of the Beeliar Wetlands, with John Kinsella.
Jeremy Balius is a poet, editor and publisher with an interest in experimental writing and language art.
Siobhan Hodge has her PhD in English literature. Her thesis focused on Sappho’s legacy in English translations.
'Poetry in Conversation' with Sampurna Chattarji.