Episodes

Kate and Katherine are all cooped up

Image: Yellow tile with black writing on it. The writing says 'Which is least appealing? lockdown, homeschool or doing a juice cleanse' Kate and Katherine talk about what they've been doing, which is not a lot. Kate is considering egging someone and needs a personal assistant. Katherine is reading a lot of Maeve Binchy and... … Continue reading Kate and Katherine are all cooped up

Iain Ryan on crime rules, choose your own adventure and The Taylor Swift Theory

Iain Ryan is an Australian writer who grew up in Brisbane, but now lives in Melbourne with his family. A crime writer - he is the author of FOUR DAYS (2015) and THE STUDENT(2017), both shortlisted for the Ned Kelly Award. his work has been previously published by Akashic Books Online, Crime Factory, Kill Your … Continue reading Iain Ryan on crime rules, choose your own adventure and The Taylor Swift Theory

Ailsa Wild on Acrobatics, Collaboration and Caring.

Ailsa Wild is an award-winning Australian author. She's the creator of The Naughtiest Pixie and the hilarious Squishy Taylor series, which has been published in the US, UK, Spain and Turkey and she has written picture books and a graphic novel. She is also a performer, acrobat and professional whip-cracker. She lives with her family … Continue reading Ailsa Wild on Acrobatics, Collaboration and Caring.

Sarah Krasnostein on ghosts, awkwardness and ethics

In this epsiode, Katherine talks to the best-selling, multi-award winning author of The Trauma Cleaner and The Believer Sarah Krasnostein. Sarah's work has appeared in a variety of publications in Australia, the UK and America including The Monthly, The Saturday Paper, Tablet Magazine, Longreads, Meanjin and Oxford Handbooks Online as well as various academic journals. She has a PhD in criminal law and is admitted to legal practice … Continue reading Sarah Krasnostein on ghosts, awkwardness and ethics

YVWF: I Didn’t Plan it That Way with Jessie Tu

Jessie Tu is a Sydney-based journalist and writer. She was born in Taiwan and emigrated to Australia in 1992 with her family. Tu trained as a classical violinist for more than 15 years. Failing to succeed as a professional musician, she taught music. She's taught at refugee camps in the Middle East, volunteered with AUSAID … Continue reading YVWF: I Didn’t Plan it That Way with Jessie Tu

YVWF: I Didn’t Plan it That Way with Michael Veitch

Michael Veitch is an actor, writer and broadcaster. He began his career in television comedy programs such asThe D-Generation, Fast Forward and Full Frontal, before freelancing as a columnist and arts reviewer for newspapers and magazines. For four years he presented Sunday Arts, the national arts show on ABC television, and has broadcast regularly across Australia … Continue reading YVWF: I Didn’t Plan it That Way with Michael Veitch

YVWF: I Didn’t Plan it That Way with Rick Morton

Rick Morton is an award-winning journalist and the author of three non-fiction books. His latest is My Year of Living Vulnerably – his follow up memoir to his best selling and critically acclaimed One Hundred Years of Dirt. Rick is the Senior Reporter for The Saturday Paper and the winner of the 2013 Kennedy Award … Continue reading YVWF: I Didn’t Plan it That Way with Rick Morton

YVWF: I Didn’t Plan it That Way with Sally Hepworth

Sally Hepworth is the New York Times bestselling author of six novels, most recently The Good Sister which was an instant bestseller. Her novel, The Mother In Law has been optioned for a TV series by Hollywood actress and producer, Amy Poehler.   Sally has lived around the world and previously worked in event management and … Continue reading YVWF: I Didn’t Plan it That Way with Sally Hepworth

YVWF: I Didn’t Plan it That Way with Meg Mason

Meg Mason began her career at the Financial Times and The Times of London. Her work has since appeared in The Sunday Times, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Sunday Telegraph. She has written humour for The New Yorker and Sunday STYLE, monthly columns for GQ and InsideOut and is a contributor to Vogue, ELLE, … Continue reading YVWF: I Didn’t Plan it That Way with Meg Mason