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Leigh Sales, Ordinary Days and Crafting Empathy ‘Between the Lines’ Sue Joseph , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 6 May 2019;

'Why do we tell stories, and how are they crafted? In a new series, we unpick the work of the writer on both page and screen.'

The Merger - a Sports Film as a Vehicle for Social Change Craig Batty , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 7 May 2019;

'Why do we tell stories, and how are they crafted? In a new series, we unpick the work of the writer on both page and screen.'

Man Out of Time and the Inheritance of Suffering Julienne Van Loon , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 9 May 2019;

'Stephanie Bishop’s latest novel, Man Out of Time (Hachette, 2018), is a disturbing read. It is also a sophisticated work, particularly in terms of the way the author has managed narrative temporality – that is, the relation between story and time. Other novelists and aspiring writers would do well to look closely at what Bishop has achieved here.' (Introduction)

Writing Trauma in Cynthia Banham’s A Certain Light Tess Scholfield-Peters , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 12 May 2019;

'Former Fairfax journalist and lawyer Cynthia Banham voices the silenced pain of generations in A Certain Light, her evocative, hybrid work of docu-memoir.'  (Introduction)

The ABC of Screenwriting as Demonstrated by ABC’s The Heights Philippa Burne , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 23 May 2019;

'The rule of three is a commonly held one for writers. It’s used for comedy (two relatively normal things are often followed by a third twist or stereotype), for rhythm, and it’s widely accepted that people remember things more clearly when listed in threes. Think of The Three Little Pigs, The Three Musketeers or Slip Slop Slap.'  (Introduction)

Humanising a Cold Case Victim – Writing the Life and Brutal Death of Mollie Dean Donna Lee Brien , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 30 May 2019;

'Two Australian books were published last year about a brutal murder that happened in Melbourne in 1930: the non-fiction A Scandal in Bohemia: The Life and Death of Mollie Dean by Gideon Haigh, and The Portrait of Molly Dean, Katherine Kovacic’s first novel.' (Introduction)

The All-knowing Narrator in Kim Scott’s Taboo Julienne Van Loon , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 14 June 2019;

'Why do we tell stories, and how are they crafted? In this series, we unpick the work of the writer on both page and screen.' (Introduction)

Coach Fitz and the Accidentally Comic Voice Debra Adelaide , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 26 June 2019;
99 Versions of the Same Tale in The Drover's Wives Dave Drayton , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 5 July 2019;
Writing the Powerful Female World of Wentworth Craig Batty , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 11 July 2019;

'One of the major considerations when creating an ongoing television series is its “story world”, made up by its place, people, themes, style and tone. Central to this world is the setting, known in television writing as the “hub” or “precinct”, which serves the need for constant generation of characters and storylines.' (Introduction)

Stories for Hyperlinked Times : The Short Story Cycle and Rebekah Clarkson’s Barking Dogs Amelia Walker , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 9 October 2019;

'We live hyperlinked lives, expected to be switched on and logged in 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Time is a dwindling resource, multitasking is our default setting. We’re constantly reading: online articles, emails, social media posts. But for many of us, this dip-in, dip-out reading feels dissatisfying. We crave deeper engagement.' (Introduction)

The Art and Genius of Metaphor in Anna Spargo-Ryan’s The Paper House Debra Wain , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 22 October 2019;

'Anna Spargo-Ryan’s debut novel, The Paper House (2016), is a layered articulation of loss and grief, perception and reality. It explores the nature of reality as felt and lived by protagonist Heather – not always what the other characters consider as real.' (Introduction)

Woke to the Past, Shaun Prescott’s The Town Moves beyond Colonialism and Then Its Protagonist Bonny Cassidy , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Conversation , 7 November 2019;

'From Patrick White’s Voss to Tim Winton’s Breath, white, male Australian novelists have reproduced the hero character through sexualised conquests of other bodies and spaces.' (Introduction)

Writer and ‘queer nomad’ Stephen House on the Gritty Lifestyle of an Artist Corinna Di Niro , 2020 single work essay
— Appears in: The Conversation , 11 March 2020;

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First known date: 2019
Serialised by: The Conversation 2011 website newspaper (535 issues)
Last amended 8 Nov 2019 08:23:06
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