Monthly Archives: April 2015

It’s not a money thing” : Nick Cave too busy for Newstead Tattoo in 2017

It’s not a money thing” : Nick Cave too busy for Newstead Tattoo in 2017 Nick Cave is unavailable for the 2017 Newstead Short Story Tattoo.  In a statement released by Nick Cave’s UK representative Suzi Goodrich from ACT Management, Suzi … Continue reading

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Central Victorian Writers Scoop the Pool to Read with Christos Tsiolkas

Central Victorian Writers Scoop the Pool to Read with Christos Tsiolkas Ballarat writer Annie Drum, and Bendigo poet Melinda Kallasmae are the lucky two central Victorian writers to win a reading slot with Australia’s greatest living author Christos Tsiolkas at … Continue reading

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Can a Man be a Feminist?

Can a Man Be a Feminist? Neil Boyack Speaks with Clementine Ford. Clementine Ford is someone who speaks her mind. She is a firebrand Feminist who is not only championing the rights of women, but cutting a path with a … Continue reading

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Professionalism, Prose, and the Perfect Pitch

Professionalism, Prose, and the Perfect Pitch: Neil Boyack speaks with Kirsten Krauth Where were you born, and where did you grow up?  I’m not sure I have ever really grown up, but I was born in Port Moresby in Papua New … Continue reading

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Music Coordinator at Castlemaine Secondary College in a Class of Her Own

Music Coordinator at Castlemaine Secondary College in a Class of Her Own Neil Boyack interview with Kirsten Boerema           K, where were you born? And where did you grow up?  Have you always lived in the a … Continue reading

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Indian English, Australian Tigers and How to Write

Indian English, Australian Tigers and How to Write: Neil Boyack speaks with Christos Tsiolkas Christos Tsiolkas only really started speaking English when he went to school.  Growing up in a traditional Greek family in Richmond, until about age 13, and then … Continue reading

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