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CONVERSATION


Tuesday 16 th June 2020

This week I've been in conversation with two lovely writers, both of whom have posted our chats on their websites.

Emma Ashmere's new short story collection Dreams They Forgot will be published by Wakefield Press on 1st September 2020.

Born in Adelaide, South Australia, Emma's short stories have been widely published including in The Age, Griffith Review, Overland, Review of Australian Fiction, Sleepers Almanac, Etchings, Spineless Wonders,  and the Commonwealth Writers literary magazine adda. She was shortlisted for the 2019 Commonwealth Writers Short Story Award, 2019 Newcastle Short Story Award, 2018 Overland NUW Fair Australia Prize, and the 2001 Age Short Story Competition.

Emma lives in northern New South Wales and my conversation with her can be found here


Rachael Mead is a poet, writer and arts reviewer living in South Australia.

She's had an eclectic life, working as an archaeologist, environmental campaigner and seller of books both old and new. She has an Honours degree in Classical Archaeology, a Masters in Environmental Studies, a PhD in Creative Writing and is an affiliate of the J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice at the University of Adelaide.

She is a novelist and poet, and her debut novel The Application of Pressure was released by Affirm Press in May 2020. Rachael has published four collections of poetry: The Flaw in the Pattern  (UWA Publishing 2018),  The Sixth Creek (Picaro Press 2013) and the chapbooks Sliding Down the Belly of the World (Wakefield Press 2012) and The Quiet Blue World (Garron Publishing 2015).

Click here to see what Rachael and I chatted about.





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