This episode of Conversations with Friends is with Sheree Strange & Bronwyn Birdsall.
Bronwyn Birdsall (above) is a writer and digital marketing specialist. SWEET TROUBLE is her first novel and has been selected for numerous work-in-development programs. Bronwyn’s writing centres around contemporary life – finding meaning in the everyday, and the rich complexities of family and friendship. She is currently working on a collection of non-fiction essays.
Insta: @bronwyn.birdsall (new handle!)
Sheree Strange (above) is a writer living and working on Gadigal land (known as Glebe). She has recently completed a Master of Creative Writing at the University of Sydney. When she’s. not giving barely-solicited book recommendations to customers at Sappho Books, you can find her reviewing literature of all kinds on her blog (Keeping Up With The Penguins) and working on her first novel.
Personal site: www.shereestrange.com
Bronwyn and Sheree discuss:
- Sarah Sentilles, The Word Cave
- ACT Writers Centre Hardcopy Program
- Byron Writers Festival – Residential Mentorship Program
- Charlotte Wood and Tegan Bennett Daylight in conversation. (The talk they went to is Podcast Episode 2)
The Conversations with Friends series is supported by the City of Melbourne COVID-19 Arts Grants.
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