2016 – FWF podcast interviews

Feminist Writers Fest with Cristy Clark – Nomi and Louise (with Cristy Clark) Gentile and the Jew (24 August 2016)

BROAD: Feminist Writers Festival and Shakira Hussein – Sonja Hammer (with Shakira Hussein) Joy 949 (23 August 2016)

On festivals – (with Stephanie Convery and Veronica Sullivan) Unladylike: A podcast on women and writing (17 August 2016)

Australia’s first Feminist Writers Festival – Serpil Senelmis (with Stephanie Convery), Sunday Sesh, ABC Local Radio (27 July 2016)

Welcoming the Feminist Writers Festival – (with Veronica Sullivan) Multi-Storied, Triple R Melbourne (6 July 2016)

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