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Lori Uden and Ruby-Rose Pivot-Marsh

Podcast producer Lori Uden discusses her involvement in the podcast 'The Collection'; and Emerging Writers Festival Artistic Director Ruby-Rose Pivot-Marsh talks about its new initiative of at-home residences. With presenter Beth AQ.


Rebecca Jessen and Sumarlinah Winoto

Rebecca Jessen is on to talk about her new release 'Ask Me About The Future' and Sumarlinah Winoto is on to chat about their podcast 'Transomatics' with Beth AQ


Rachel Ang and Hayden Moon

Comic artist Rachel Ang discusses her most recent work Yellow in the Blue; and Hayden Moon chats about their Archer Magazine piece 'Transgender inclusion in dance: Paving the way in Irish Dancing.' With…


Mirandi Riwoe & Braided podcast

 Mirandi Riwoe chats about her novel Stone Sky Gold Mountain; and Braided podcasts hosts Matisse Laida and Agum Maluach talk about Season 2. With presenter Beth AQ.


Aretha Brown and Sacreana and Dr Jeanine Leane

 Contributors and editors of “Bold Source” a youth led publication through the Brimbank community, chat about the aims of the publication; and Dr Jeanine Leane, editor of Guwayu - For All Times: A


Melbourne Spoken Word Fest; and Educating Kids on Voting

Bennie Solah, Director of Melbourne Spoken Word, talks about what to expect at this year's spoken word & poetry festival; and author and electoral educator Krys Saclier chats about her book 'Vote For…


Leah Jing McIntosh and Cath Moore

Leah Jing McIntosh talks about LIMINAL's new digital series GLITCH and new anthology COLLISIONS, plus writer Cath Moore chats about her new YA novel 'Metal Fish, Falling Snow'. With presenter Beth AQ.


Boe Spearim & Nevo Zisin

Boe Spearim chats about his podcast 'Frontier War Stories', a podcast where Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people speak about research, books and oral histories that document the first 140 years of conflict and resistance…


Jess O’Callaghan talks Audiocraft

Audiocraft Festival Manager Jess O'Callaghan chats about Audiocraft, the podcast festival which will happen on Sat 25 July.

With presenter Beth AQ. https://www.rrr.org.au/explore/programs/the-glasshouse


Tanya Talaga and Tresa LeClerc

Journalist Tanya Talaga discusses her new book All Our Relations: Indigenous Trauma in the Shadow of Colonialism; and Dr. Tresa LeClerc explores the First Nations & People Of Colour writers count. With…

About this program

The Glasshouse is a space for spoken word artists, poets, sound makers, audio storytellers, emerging cultural leaders, thinkers, writers and anyone who celebrates story as a means of self-expression, self-representation and community-building.

Witness the growth and renewal of our stories and histories, and reflect on how our stories are told and who they’re told by.