Writing Violence, Writing Change: Van Badham, Tasneem Chopra, Dr Jessamy Gleeson and Tara Moss

From FWF18 Melbourne: Writing Violence, Writing Change.

Dr Jessamy Gleeson, Tasneem Chopra and Tara Moss tackle the grim and important topic of violence against women in life and in the media, and what it means to be a writer in the fight for change and equality.

Plus an extra interview with Dr Jessamy Gleeson and Van Badham about the roots of their feminist activism and the passion that drives them both.

Listen to the podcast on the Writes 4 Festivals website.

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