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Julie_Koh’s Shibboleth Sydney launch speech Julie_Koh is a fiction writer based in Sydney. Her new collection of short stories, Portable Curiousities, is published by UQP and has been shortlisted for the Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction. The short story is an art form that causes early death. It’s been proven that every time a […]
Audience of One By Jo_Riccioni “Write to please just one person. If you open a window and make love to the world, so to speak, your story will get pneumonia.” – Kurt Vonnegut Recently I’ve read several interviews with novelists who say that they write with a single reader in mind, silencing the demands of […]
On Wearing Two Hats By Jo_Riccioni Being both a writer and a bookseller often sits weirdly with me. Not quite as weirdly as the personal trainer who told me he was moonlighting as a pastry chef, but there’s definitely some conflict there. “I’ve met lots of authors who are also booksellers,” another writer friend tells […]
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