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A show about books, stories, the craft of writing - and the people behind the lines.
Wednesday 12pm - 1pm. Presented by Melissa Cranenburgh.
Author Jane Sullivan and Associate Professor Leonie Rutherford join the show.
Curtis Sittenfeld joins the show.
An episode of Backstory on 30 October 2019
Author Elliot Perlman discusses his new novel, Maybe the Horse Will Talk.
Novelists Hilary McPhee and Lucy Treloar join the show.
Anna Krien discusses her new novel, Act of Grace; then Mel chats to Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Prize winner Sonja Dechian.
Mel gets the deets on ‘The Near and the Far Vol II: more stories from the Asia-Pacific region’, and this year’s Vogel Prize (or the lack of it).
Multimedia artist Samuel Leighton-Dore gives Mel some big, strong, and manly advice from his new book, ‘How To Be A Big, Strong Man’.
Mel gets the rundown on Lucy Treloar's new novel 'Wolfe Island', and speaks to Jo French about ‘Verandah’, an arts journal from Deakin Uni.
Josephine Rowe fills us in on her new novel 'Here Until August', and Lisa Dempster runs us through the 11th annual 'Booklovers Festival'.
Meg Mundell and Joanne Ramos fill us in on their new books.