It’s Personal: Feminism and Narrative Non-Fiction: Sarah Krasnostein, Fatima Measham and Maria Tumarkin

Audio from FWF18 Melbourne: It’s Personal: Feminism and Narrative Non-Fiction.

It’s all about the personal as Maria Tumarkin, Fatima Measham and Sarah Krasnostein discuss how their work challenges stereotypes about women’s nonfiction writing, and the power of the personal in illustrating wider points about social, political and cultural phenomena.

Listen to the podcast on the Writes4Women website.

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