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y separately published work icon Bri Lee Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 18540431 2020 single work interview podcast

'Bri Lee is a writer and editor with a career to watch.

'Her first book, Eggshell Skull, was published in 2018. It was shortlisted for the 2019 Victorian Premier's Literary Awards in non-fiction, winning the 2019 People's Choice Award, and also won the 2018 People's Choice at the Nib Awards for research in writing, and the 2019 ABIA for Biography of the Year. Eggshell Skull was also shortlisted for the 2019 Indie Book Awards and longlisted for the 2019 Stella Prize.

'Her second work, Beauty, is a meditation on beauty and body image. It was published in 2019, and will be followed by Brains in 2020.

'Bri was the Founding Editor of the quarterly print periodical Hot Chicks with Big Brains, commissioning and publishing diverse non-fiction about women and their work from 2015 to 2018.

'Bri's shorter pieces have been published in The Monthly, Harper's Bazaar Australia, The Saturday Paper, Crikey, The Guardian, Griffith Review, i-D, VAULT Art Magazine, and elsewhere. She regularly appears on The Drum on ABC TV, various ABC Radio National programs, and often gives talks on writing, law, feminism, fashion, pop culture, and art.

'In 2016 Bri was the recipient of the inaugural Kat Muscat Fellowship, and in 2017 was one of Griffith Review's Queensland writing fellows. She has received numerous other fellowships, residencies, and mentorships, most recently the 2018 Premier's Young Publishers and Writers Award at the Queensland Literary Awards.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Hilary McPhee Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 18598241 2020 single work interview podcast

'Hilary McPhee is a legendary writer and editor. She founded McPhee Gribble Publishers with Diane Gribble in 1975, was Chair of the Australia Council for the Arts from 1994 to 1997, and was the inaugural Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow at Melbourne University until 2004.

'Hilary's books include Other People’s Words (2001), Wordlines (2010), Memoirs of a Young Bastard: the Diaries of Tim Burstall (2012) and Other People's Houses (2019).'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Carly Findlay Astrid Edwards (presenter), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 18627861 2020 single work podcast interview

'Carly Findlay is an award winning writer, speaker and appearance activist. She is the author of the memoir Say Hello, and has been published in The Guardian, The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, Daily Life, SBS and Frankie. In 2020 Carly is editing the anthology Growing Up Disabled in Australia.

'In 2020 Carly was awarded an Order of Australia (OAM) for services to people with a disability, and in 2014 she was named as one of Australia's most influential women in the Australian Financial Review and Westpac 100 Women of Influence Awards. She has appeared on ABC's You Can't Ask That and Cyber Hate with Tara Moss, and has been a regular on various ABC radio programs. She organised history making Access to Fashion - a Melbourne Fashion Week event featuring disabled models. Carly identifies as a proud disabled woman - she lives with a rare severe skin condition - Ichthyosis.

'Growing Up Disabled in Australia is part of a series. You can listen to previous episodes on The Garret about the series, including Ben Law discussing Growing Up Queer in Australia and Maxine Beneba Clarke, Magan Magan and Shantell Wetherall discussing Growing Up African in Australia.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Favel Parrett Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 18671664 2020 single work podcast interview

'Favel Parrett has an extraordinary command of the literary form. Her first novel, Past the Shallows, received the Dobbie Literary Prize and was shortlisted for the Miles Franklin. She herself was awarded Newcomer of the Year at the Australian Book Industry Awards. Her second novel, When the Night Comes, overcame all the challenges a second novel often faces and was shortlisted for a host of prizes and longlisted for the Miles Franklin. There Was Still Love is Favel’s third novel, and in 2020 it was shortlisted for the Indie Book Awards and longlisted for The Stella Prize.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Melissa Lucashenko : On 'Too Much Lip' Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 18812028 2020 single work podcast interview

'Melissa Lucashenko is a multi-award winning Goorie writer. Her novel Too Much Lip received the 2019 Miles Franklin Literary Award. It was also shortlisted for the Stella Prize, the Victorian Premier's Literary Awards, the NSW Premier's Literary Awards and the Australian Book Industry Association Awards.

'Her 2013 novel Mullumbimby was awarded the Deloitte Queensland Literary Award for Fiction, won the Victorian Premiers Prize for Indigenous Writing, and was longlisted for both the Stella and Miles Franklin awards as well as the Dublin IMPAC Literary Prize 2015.

'Melissa is a Walkley Award winner for her non-fiction, as well as a founding member of the prisoner’s human rights group, Sisters Inside.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Ilka Tampke Astrid Edwards (presenter), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 18757092 2020 single work interview podcast

'Ilka Tampke is one of Australia's finest writers of historical fiction. Her first novel, Skin, was nominated for the Voss Literary Prize and the Aurealis Awards in 2016, and went on to be published in eight countries. The follow up, Songwoman, received the Most Underrated Book Award in 2019, and there is a third novel on the way. Ilka teaches fiction at RMIT University.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Charlotte Wood : On 'The Natural Way of Things' Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 18812261 2020 single work podcast interview

'Charlotte Wood is one of Australia's most provocative writers. This interview is an in-depth exploration of her most famous work, The Natural Way of Things, which is on its way to becoming an international classic. Be warned, there are spoilers.

'The Natural Way of Things received the 2016 Stella Prize, the 2016 Indie Book of the Year and Novel of the Year, was joint winner of the Prime Minister's Literary Award for Fiction and was the University of Canberra Book of the Year for 2019.

'In 2019 she was made a Member of the Order of Australia for significant services to literature, and was named one of the Australian Financial Review's 100 Women of Influence.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Mandy Beaumont Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 18854752 2020 single work podcast interview

'Mandy Beaumont's writing is powerful, brutal, magnificent and complex. Her debut short story collection Wild, Fearless Chests was shortlisted for the 2018 Hachette Richell Prize and the 2019 UWAP Dorothy Hewett Award.

'Her work has been published in Griffith ReviewCorditeBlack Inc. Best Poems and The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library Journal, and she has produced large-scale interactive text work for Brisbane Festival, Queensland Poetry Festival, The State Library of Queensland and the Brisbane Writers Festival.

'Mandy is currently a PhD candidate at RMIT's School of Media and Communication.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Zana Fraillon : On 'The Bone Sparrow' Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19325269 2020 single work podcast interview

'Zana Fraillon's The Bone Sparrow is an exceptional book for young adult readers, and this interview is an in-depth discussion of the themes and structure of the work.

'The Bone Sparrow was awarded the Amnesty CILIP Honour Award, the ABIA Book of the Year for Older Readers, the Readings YA Book Prize, the IBBY Australian Honour Book and was listed on the the CBCA Honour Book. The Bone Sparrow was also shortlisted for the Carnegie Award, the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize, the 2017 Prime Minister's Literary Award, the Victorian Premier's Literary Award, the Queensland Literary Award and the INKY Awards.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Ali Alizadeh Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19325347 2020 single work podcast interview

'Ali Alizadeh is an acclaimed writer and poet. His books include the historical novel The Last Days of Jeanne d’Arc, the short story collection Transactions, and the literary memoir Iran, My Grandfather (shortlisted for a NSW Premier’s Literary Award), as well as three poetry collections Towards the EndAshes in the Air (shortlisted for the Prime Minister’s Award for Poetry) and Eyes in Times of War.

'Ali is a senior lecturer in Literary Studies at Monash University. His poetry is set for high school study in Queensland.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Leah Purcell : On 'The Drover's Wife' Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19325459 2020 single work podcast interview

'Leah Purcell, a proud Goa, Gunggari, Wakka Wakka Murri woman, is a multi-award-winning author, playwright, screenwriter, actor, director and producer.

'The Drover’s Wife was first a play written by and starring Purcell, which premiered at Belvoir St Theatre in late 2016 and swept the board during the 2017 awards season, winning the New South Wales Premier’s Literary Award for Playwriting and Book of the Year, the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Drama and the Victorian Prize for Literature, the Australian Writers’ Guild Award for Best Stage Work, Major Work and the David Williamson Prize for Excellence in Writing for Australian Theatre, the Helpmann Award for Best Play and Best New Australian Work, and the Sydney–UNESCO City of Film Award.

'In 2019 Leah adapted her play to the novel form in the fictional The Drover's Wife (and we can expect a sequel).

'The feature film adaptation of The Drover’s Wife, written, directed and starring Leah Purcell, is slated for a 2021 release.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon At Home with Anna Spargo-Ryan Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19326687 2020 single work podcast interview

'This interview with Anna Spargo-Ryan is the first instalment of The Garret At Home - the same podcast as always, now recorded with everyone... at home.

'Anna is the Non-Fiction Editor of Island Magazine. She received the 2016 Horne Prize for her essay ‘The Suicide Gene’, and is currently writing a memoir. She has also written for The GuardianELLEMeanjin and Good Weekend.

'Anna also publishes fiction, and she is the author of The Gulf and The Paper House. Her short fiction has been published inThe Big Issue, Island, Kill Your Darlings and The Lifted Brow.

'She is a PhD candidate in Creative Writing at Deakin University, where she also teaches nonfiction writing.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Mirandi Riwoe Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19326758 2020 single work podcast interview

'Mirandi Riwoe is the author of 2020's Stone Sky Gold Mountain, as well as the novella The Fish Girl, which won Seizure’s Viva la Novella V and was shortlisted for The Stella Prize and the Queensland Literary Award’s UQ Fiction Prize.

'Mirandi also publishes under the name M.J. Tjia, and she is the woman behind the Heloise Chancey historical crime series She Be Damned, A Necessary Murder and The Death of Me.

'Her work features in Best Australian StoriesMeanjinReview of Australian FictionGriffith Reviewand Best Summer Stories.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Ali Cobby Eckermann : On 'Ruby Moonlight' Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19326836 2020 single work podcast interview

'Ali Cobby Eckermann is one of Australia's finest poets. In this interview, she talks at length about Ruby Moonlight, her massacre verse novel exploring colonisation in Australia.

'Ruby Moonlight received the black&write! kuril dhagun Indigenous Writing Fellowship and the Deadly Award Outstanding Achievement in Literature in 2012, as well as the Kenneth Slessor Poetry Prize and Book of the Year Award in the NSW Premier’s Literary and History Awards in 2013.

'In 2020 Ali is an Adjunct Professor at RMIT University. To listen to Ali speak about her other works, listen to this interview on The Garret, recorded in late 2019.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Leah Kaminsky Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19327110 2020 single work podcast interview

'Leah Kaminsky is a physician and award-winning writer of fiction and non-fiction. Her work explores illness, medicine, science and the end of life.

'Her debut novel The Waiting Room won the Voss Literary Prize and was shortlisted for the Helen Asher Award. Her second novel, The Hollow Bones won the 2019 International Book Awards in both Literary Fiction and Historical Fiction categories and the 2019 Best Book Awards for Literary Fiction.

'We’re all Going to Die has been described as ‘a joyful book about death’. She also conceived and edited Writer MD, a collection of prominent physician-writers, and is co-author of Cracking the Code.

'She has written for the BBC, Huffington PostSydney Morning HeraldGriffith Review, SBS and LitHub, amongst others.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon At Home with Dervla McTiernan Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19327174 2020 single work podcast interview

'Dervla McTiernan's novel, The Rúin (2018), was a critically acclaimed international bestseller. In Australia, The Rúin won the Ned Kelly Award for Best First Fiction, the Davitt Award for Best Adult Fiction. In America, it won the Barry Award for Best Original Paperback, and was on the Amazon US Best Book of the Year list.

'Dervla continued the crime trilogy with The Scholar (2019) and The Good Turn (2020, both of which are also best sellers around the world. The screen rights have been snapped up by Hopscotch Features.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon At Home with James Bradley Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19327252 2020 single work podcast interview

'James Bradley's work explores the environment and climate, as well as time - our past, our present, and our possible futures.

'He is the author of five novels - Ghost SpeciesWrackThe Deep FieldThe Resurrectionist and Clade. His works are highly awarded, and he has been shortlisted for both the Miles Franklin Literary Award and the Christina Steed Prize for Fiction.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon At Home with Jess Hill Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19327304 2020 single work podcast interview

'Jess Hill is an investigative journalist. Her exceptional 2019 work See What You Made Me Do: Power, Control and Domestic Abuse received the 2020 Stella Prize, and is now being published around the world.

'Jess has done what few writers can - she has taken difficult subject matter and not only made it compelling, she has contributed to a societal shift. In this interview, Jess discusses how writers can 'find the way' to the story, and also reflects on what topics she may tackle next.'

Source: The Garret.

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon At Home with Ellen Van Neerven Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19698807 2020 single work interview podcast

'Ellen van Neerven is an award-winning poet and writer of Mununjali Yugambeh and Dutch heritage. They write fiction, poetry, plays and non-fiction.

'Ellen’s first book, Heat and Light, was the recipient of the David Unaipon Award, the Dobbie Literary Award and the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards Indigenous Writers Prize. Ellen’s second book, a collection of poetry, Comfort Food, was shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards Kenneth Slessor Prize and highly commended for the 2016 Wesley Michel Wright Prize. Throat is Ellen’s third word and her second poetry collection.' (Introduction)

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon At Home with Ronnie Scott Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19698895 2020 podcast interview

'Ronnie Scott is a novelist, editor, critic and comic specialist. He published the Penguin Special Salad Days in 2014 and released The Adversary, his first novel, in 2020. In this interview, Ronnie unpicks the idea of writing craft using the example of how he wrote The Adversary.

'Ronnie lectures at RMIT University and has edited several anthologies. His short works are published in everything from major news outlets to independent journals.' (Introduction)

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon At Home with Ellena Savage Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19698944 2020 single work podcast interview

'Ellena Savage is an author and academic. Her work is published in literary journals and anthologies around the world, including Paris Review DailySydney Review of BooksChoice Words and Lifted BrowBlueberries is her first collection.

'Ellena is the recipient of several grants and prizes, including the 2019–21 Marten Bequest Travelling Scholarship.' (Introduction)

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon At Home with Kate Grenville Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19698993 2020 single work podcast interview

'Kate Grenville is one of Australia’s most celebrated writers. Her international bestseller The Secret River was awarded local and overseas prizes, has been adapted for the stage and as an acclaimed television miniseries, and is now a much-loved classic. Grenville’s other novels include Sarah ThornhillThe LieutenantDark Places and the Orange Prize winner The Idea of Perfection.

'In 2020 she returns to the first years of European settlement in Australia with A Room Made of Leaves, an alternative memoir of Elizabeth Macarthur.

'Kate has also written non-fiction, including One Life: My Mother’s Story and The Case Against Fragrance, as well as three books about the writing process.

'In 2017 Grenville was awarded the Australia Council Award for Lifetime Achievement in Literature.' (Introduction)

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Larissa Behrendt : On 'Finding Eliza: Colonial Power and Storytelling' Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19699192 2020 single work podcast interview

'Larissa Behrendt, a Eualeyai and Kamillaroi woman, is a writer, lawyer and academic. This interview is an in-depth discussion of her work Finding Eliza: Colonial Power and Storytelling.

'Larissa is the Distinguished Professor at the University of Technology Sydney and at the Director of Research and Academic Programs Jumbunna Institute of Indigenous Education and Research.

'Larissa won the 2002 David Unaipon Award and a 2005 Commonwealth Writer’s Prize for her novel Home. Her second novel, Legacy, won a Victorian Premiers Literary AwardShe has also published numerous textbooks on Indigenous legal issues.

'Larissa wrote and directed the feature films, After the Apology and Innocence Betrayed and has written and produced several short films. She won the 2018 Australian Directors Guild Award for Best Direction in a Feature Documentary.

'Larissa is on the board of Sydney Festival and a board member of the Australia Council’s Major Performing Arts Panel. She was awarded the 2009 NAIDOC Person of the Year award and 2011 NSW Australian of the Year.' (Introduction)

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Michael Mohammed Ahmad : On 'After Australia' Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19699248 2020 single work podcast interview

'Michael Mohammed Ahmad is both a writer and editor. He received the Sydney Morning Herald's Best Young Australian Novelist Award for his debut novel The Tribe, and the sequel, The Lebs, was shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Literary Award.

'In 2020 he is the editor behind After Australia, a collection of short stories about Australia's potential futures, and it is this work that the interview focuses on. The anthology includes works from Ambelin Kwaymullina, Claire G. Coleman, Omar Sakr, Future D. Fidel, Karen Wyld, Khalid Warsame, Kaya Ortiz, Roanna Gonsalves, Sarah Ross, Zoya Patel, Michelle Law and Hannah Donnelly.

'Mohammed is also the founder and director of Sweatshop Literary Movement in Western Sydney.' (Introduction)

Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020
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y separately published work icon Claire G. Coleman : On 'Terra Nullius: A Novel' Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020 19935628 2020 single work podcast interview 'Claire G. Coleman is a Wirlomin Noongar woman whose ancestral Country is in South Coast Western Australia. This interview is an exploration of her debut novel and speculative fiction masterpiece, Terra Nullius: A Novel.' (Introduction)  Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2020

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Melbourne, Victoria,: Bad Producer Productions , 2020 .
      Series: y separately published work icon The Garret : Interviews Astrid Edwards (interviewer), Nic Brasch (interviewer), Melbourne : Bad Producer Productions , 2016 14402633 2016 series - publisher website single work interview podcast

      The Garret podcasts includes interviews with Australian writers and illustrators.

      Season 1 launched on 3 November 2016 and was shortlisted for the inaugural Cast Away Australian Podcast Awards in early 2017. Season 2 launched on 2 March 2017 and features leading writers from across Australia. 

      Every episode is published alongside show notes and transcripts to increase educational value and access.

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