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Lucie Cutting and The Pin

Lucie Cutting, co-founder with Nkechi Anele of discussion platform ‘The Pin’, chats with Beth about racism, respect and representing diverse identities by telling authentic personal stories within the Australian narrative.

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Maxine Beneba Clarke

Award-winning author Maxine Beneba Clarke joins Beth in a far-ranging interview, reading poems from her new poetry collection, ’How Decent Folk Behave’, out through Hachette, and exploring the process of writing poetry in…

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Sumarlinah Winoto and Gus Macdonald

Sumarlinah Winoto joins Beth to talk about their audio series ‘transomatics’, a trans-informed approach to body movement, made by and for gender-diverse people; and Gus Macdonald imagines falling in love with a total…

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Heidi Everett

Writer, mental health arts advocate and founder of Schizy Inc, Heidi Everett joins Beth to talk about her new book ‘My Friend Fox’, a candid memoir about the realities of the Australian mental…

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Lucia Osborne-Crowley

Journalist, essayist and legal researcher, Lucia Osborne-Crowley chats with Beth about reclaiming our bodies from shame and the way trauma can rewrite our biology, explored in her book ‘My Body Keeps Your Secrets’…

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Mehreen Faruqi

Greens Senator for NSW, engineer and lifelong activist for social and environmental justice, Dr Mehreen Faruqi, talks about her struggle to navigate changing worlds, from her beginnings in Pakistan to coming to Australia…

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Yves Rees and Alice Ansara

Writer and historian Yves Rees talks about their memoir ‘All About Yves: Notes from a Transition’, which shares their experience of being transgender in Australia today, out through Allen & Unwin; and Alice…

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Jennifer Down

Author and editor Jennifer Down talks about her novel ‘Bodies of Light’, an intimate saga of one woman’s turbulent life, exploring cycles of trauma, reinventing oneself and healing from deep wounds, and discusses…

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Tanya Talaga

Acclaimed Canadian author Tanya Talaga joins Beth to chat about her award-winning true crime investigation ‘Seven Fallen Feathers: Racism, Death, and Hard Truths in a Northern City’, which explores the deaths of seven…

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Paige Clark

Chinese-American-Australian author Paige Clark joins Beth to chat about short story writing, and blending the fantastical with the minutiae of daily life in her debut collection of short stories, ‘She Is Haunted’, out…

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Mike Kennedy (NYWF) and Daniel Semo

Poet, playwright and author Mike Kennedy, Co-Director of the National Young Writers’ Festival, chats about the challenges of putting together an all-digital NYWF this year; and Daniel Semo learns about what it really…

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Essayist Sarah Walker and new podcast 'The Trap'

Writer, photographer and artist Sarah Walker talks about bodily experience, control and photography in her new essay collection, ‘The First Time I Thought I Was Dying’, out through UQP; and Georgina Savage, Creative…

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 Tony Birch and Tilly Lawless

Activist, historian, essayist, novelist and poet Tony Birch talks about family, challenging the archives, and the personal being political, which he explores in his new poetry collection ‘Whisper Songs’, out through UQP; and…

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Maya Pilbrow and Maria Takolander

Maya Pilbrow talks to activists dedicated to exposing the role of Australian-made weapons in human rights abuses in West Papua, and explores this in ‘Making a Killing’, a story courtesy of the 'All…

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Sam Gaskin, with daughter Raelah, and Aunty Rieo Ellis

Sam Gaskin and his daughter Raelah speak about their online performance ‘Us’, performed in their family home; and Aunty Rieo Ellis chats about the augmented reality audio storytelling app ‘Yalinguth’ connecting audiences with…

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Jeanine Leane, Fayen D’Evie, and Susan Kukucka

Poet Jeanine Leane and artist Fayen D’Evie  talk about their contributions to the multi-art project ‘This is a poem’ at Buxton Contemporary; and Susan Kukucka, new CEO at social enterprise 100 Story Building…

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Carla Gottgens, Yarra Valley Writers Festival, and Lakshmi Ganapathy

Artist Carla Gottgens talks about her contribution to the Flinders Quarter Augmented Art Walk; Yarra Valley Writers Festival Director, Brook Powell, chats about the upcoming 2021 program, which explores the theme ‘Resilience’; and…

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‘Beyond the Bars’ Project and cartoonist Lee Lai

To celebrate NAIDOC week, we hear an extract from the archives of the 3CR ‘Beyond the Bars’ project; and cartoonist and illustrator Lee Lai talks about their debut graphic novel ‘Stone Fruit’, out…

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Winnie Dunn and Evelyn Araluen

General Manager of Sweatshop Literacy Movement, Winnie Dunn, talks about the anthology ‘Racism: Stories on Fear, Hate & Bigotry’, co-edited with Stephen Pham and Phoebe Grainer; and Evelyn Araluen chats about the literary…

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Anita Heiss and Erik Jensen

Award-winning author Anita Heiss talks about the importance of language in her new book, ‘Bila Yarrudhanggalangdhuray’ and Wiradjuri heroism in the 1852 Gundagai flood; and editor and writer, Erik Jensen, chats about his…

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Alice Pung and Elena Gomez

Award-winning author, Alice Pung, talks about mothers, daughters, love and control, in her new novel, ‘One Hundred Days’, out through Black Inc.; and poet Elena Gomez chats about her poetry collection, ‘Admit the…

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 Curiouser Magazine and Mell Chun

Thomas Bailey, founder and Editor of new publication ‘Curiouser Magazine’, talks about magic realism and the fantastical; and Mell Chun chats with her 10-year-old nephew, Miro, about a South Pacific island, in ‘Miro’s…

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Emerging Writers Festival and Billy-Ray Belcourt

Ruby-Rose Pivet-Marsh, Artistic Director of the Emerging Writers’ Festival, chats about what’s on at the 2021 festival; and Canadian writer and scholar from the Driftpile Cree Nation, Billy-Ray Belcourt, talks about his collection…

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Samira Farah and Marissa Johnpillai

Art producer and 3RRR radio presenter Samira Farah talks about co-curating the West Space exhibition ‘13 Years’, which chronicles the African diaspora in Australia; and community lawyer Marissa Johnpillai chats about transforming a…

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Archer Magazine and ‘Human First?’ Exhibition

Archer Magazine Editor-in-Chief Lucy Watson, and contributor and performing artist Mama Alto, talk about Archer Magazine’s new edition on friendship. And artists Güler Altunbas and Adam Knapper chat about disability-led storytelling through digital…

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 Matt Okine and Tai Snaith

Comedian Matt Okine talks about his debut novel ‘Being Black ‘n Chicken, & Chips’, and its adaptation for a younger audience; and visual artist Tai Snaith chats about her exhibition ‘A World of…

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  Leila Lois and Lech Blaine

Poet and dancer Leila Lois talks about her debut poetry collection ‘Flesh into Blossom’, published by Girls on Key Press; and writer Lech Blaine reflects on memory, masculinity and grief in the aftermath…

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 Margaret Gordon and Ella Baxter

Journalist and producer Margaret Gordon talks about making the podcast ‘Collapse’, which examines the CTV building failure in the 2011 Christchurch earthquake; and writer Ella Baxter chats about her debut novel ‘New Animal’…

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Jane Connory and Brian Martin

Jane Connory, Lecturer in Communication Design at Swinburne, chats about her curated exhibition ‘Sanitary Secrets: 100 pad ads in 100 years’; and Brian Martin, Associate Dean, Indigenous, Monash Art, Design & Architecture, describes…

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Fiona Murphy and Wing Kuang

Deaf poet and essayist, Fiona Murphy, talks about her memoir, ‘The Shape of Sound’; and Wing Kuang reflects on her time as a foster carer for Alexander the cat, in ‘Meow To Be’…

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Gary Lonesborough and Shakira Hussein

Yuin author, Gary Lonesborough, talks about his debut YA novel, 'The Boy from the Mish'; and Shakira Hussein, from the University of Melbourne’s Asia Institute, chats about her article ‘An Appointment with Nurse…

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Harry Reid and Hella Ibrahim

Poet Harry Reid speaks about their Poetry chapbook 'the best way to destroy an enemy is to make him a friend'; and Hella Ibrahim, founder and editorial director of Djed Press, chats…

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Denice Kickett, Jess Knight and Natalia Wikana

Denice Kickett, director at Books’n’Boots, speaks about re-housing books with First Nations communities in regional and remote Australia; and writer and performer Jess Knight joins writer, book reviewer and sensitivity reader Natalia Wikana…

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Evelyn Araluen and Rebecca Lim

Evelyn Araluen, poet, cultural critic, and co-editor of “Overland” literary journal, speaks about her debut poetry and prose collection, “Dropbear”; and writer, editor, illustrator and lawyer, Rebecca Lim, talks about migrant families and…

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Kim Munro and MJ Bakewell

Kim Munro, Conference Programmer at the Australian International Documentary Conference, chats about all things documentary; and MJ Bakewell explores how Aboriginal language speakers have the right to understand and be understood in the…

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Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa and Sam Riegl

Playwright, poet, and screenwriter Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa talks about spoken word, writing for theatre and television, and her upcoming poetry workshops for young people at the State Library; and Sam Riegl from Sticky…

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Jessica Walton and Sam van Zweden

Jessica Walton, contributor to new anthology 'Growing Up Disabled in Australia' talks about writing poetry and living with a disability; and Sam van Zweden speaks about her new book, 'Eating With My Mouth…

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Archie Roach and Angelita Biscotti

Uncle Archie Roach, Gunditjmara and Bundjalung singer-songwriter and activist, talks about his award-winning memoir, “Tell Me Why: The Story Of My Life And My Music”; and photo-artist, model and writer Angelita Biscotti speaks…

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Shu-Ling Chua and Mel Cranenburgh

Shu-Ling Chua speaks about her debut Essay Collection 'Echoes' and Triple R's Backstory presenter, Mel Cranenburgh, chats about her favourite books of the year. With presenter Beth AQ.

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Romy Nolan

Romy Nolan from YWILPF (The Young Women's International League For Peace And Freedom Australia) chats about the YWILPF podcast; and an 'All The Best' piece is played - 'Big Weather Calling' by Jackson…