Today our featured book segment is brought to you by Hardie Grant and we are delighted to be talking to Jayne Tuttle about her second work of literary auto-fiction MY SWEET GUILLOTINE (2022).
Jayne Tuttle’s first book was Paris or Die (2019). Paris or Die was developed into a solo theatre show with director John Bolton and performed in 2021 and 2022 in a variety of venues including La Mama in Melbourne.
Jayne graduated from the Lecoq theatre school in 2006 and went on to live and work in France as an actor, voice-over artist, playwright, translator and bilingual copywriter.
Jayne was awarded the Eric Dark Flagship Fellowship in 2021 from the Varuna Writer’s House.
Kate and Katherine discuss:
- ‘Writing and the Fluidity of Creative Practice‘, article in Kill Your Darlings by Amani Haydar article in Kill (also the workshop that Amani Haydar running, also by Kill Your Darlings)
- Where is all the book data article
- Hacking the Culture Industries article
- Colleen Hoover article in New York Times
- The Chronology of Water by Lidia Yuknavich
- Review of The Book of Joan by Lidia Yucknovich in The Guardian
- Out of Breath by Anna Snoekstra
- Emily St John Mandel on Sea of Tranquility on both Ezra Klein show (podcast) and with Claire Nichols on The Bookshow
- The Redeem Team on netflix
- Writing NSW YouTube
- The Palace Papers by Tina Brown
- Lucy by the Sea by Elizabeth Strout
- Reasons Not to Worry by Brigid Delaney
- The Settlement by Jock Serrong
- Hashtag Authentic podcast with Sara Tasker – this episode with Farrah Store about substack
- Leaf Bookshop YouTube book reviews
- The Daily Stoic on instagram
- Review of The Settlement (by Jock Serong), by Michael Wrinkler
- Katherine interviewing Allen C. Jones (Her Death Was Also Water) Thursday 17th Nov 6.30-8pm at the Eltham Bookshop – book here
ID: black tile with yellow font: introducing My Sweet Guillotine, Jayne Tuttle. This episode is supported by Hardie Grant. Two photos are included: 1) the cover of My Sweet Guillotine and 2) Jayne Tuttle, a white woman with blonde hair wearing black and leaning against a dark wall.