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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.
Wednesday 1pm-2pm. Presented by Bethany Atkinson Quinton.
Anne-Marie Te Whiu, co-editor of the 'Solid Air: Australian & New Zealand Spoken Word' collection, joins the show.
An episode of The Glasshouse on 16 October 2019
Zenobia Frost joins the show.
Banbapuy tells Beth about 'Songspirals', and Laura La Rosa talks about her new article, 'Where's Your Daddy?'
Ruby Hamad speaks with Beth about her new book ‘White Tears/Brown Scars’, about the exclusion of women of colour from mainstream feminism.
Rachel Ang and Sarah Firth talk about ‘Drawing Power’, and The Amplified Elephants brief us on Copy That Copy Cat: Jolt Sonic Festival.
We get the rundown on the "Cafe Philosophique De L’Amour" series at the Esplanade Hotel, and "MetHER", a new show at Fringe.
Beth speaks with Tayari Jones about her novel 'An American Marriage', and with Merrkiyawuy Ganambarr-Stubbs about 'Songspirals'.
Beth speaks with Jen Rae and Keg de Souza about a new exhibition, and to writer Norman Erikson Pasaribu about his recently translated book.
An episode of The Glasshouse on 21 August 2019
An episode of The Glasshouse on 14 August 2019
An episode of The Glasshouse on 7 August 2019
An episode of The Glasshouse on 31 July 2019
Uncle Kutcha Edwards has a natter with Beth ahead of the Phillip Island Storytelling Festival.
Beth chats with Michelle Cahill about her new collection of poems, 'Vishvarupa'.
Tayi Tibble fills us in on 'Poukahangatus'.
Winnie Dunn joins the show to share some of Western Sydney's finest work, and Monica Tan drops by to talk her new novel Stranger Country.
Beth chats to Laniyuk Garcon and Omid Tofighian (translator of Behrouz Boochani's 'No Friend But The Mountains').
Podcaster Helen Zaltzman chats about her upcoming live shows at Howler, and Claire G. Coleman teases the future of libraries from EWF.
Jasmine Seymour gives us the lowdown on her book Baby Business.
An episode of The Glasshouse on 5 June 2019
Poet Kirli Saunders and writer Elena Savage join the show.
Actor playwright Katie Beckett lets us know what to expect from the upcoming performances of 'Which Way Home' at FCAC.
An episode of The Glasshouse on 15 May 2019
Ajak Kwai, Barat Ali Batoor and Omar Sakr join the show.
Artists from the Yirramboi Festival Harley Dunolly-Lee and Sandy Greenwood tell us about their shows.
Poet Mindy Gill and Tender podcast maker Madison Griffiths join the show.
Emilie Zoe Baker tells us about the OutLoud poetry competition, plus spoken word artists Cam Gleeson and Morgaine van Wingerden join the show.
In a sisterly-themed edition of The Glasshouse, writer Oyinkan Braithwaite talks about her novel My Sister, The Serial Killer: A novel, and comedian Chloe Black gives us the low-down on her Melbourne…
An episode of The Glasshouse on 3 April 2019
An episode of The Glasshouse on 27 March 2019
An episode of The Glasshouse on 20 March 2019
Beth interviews the folks behind ASH, an Aboriginal sexual health podcast.
Guest host Eliza Herbert speaks with Leah Jing McIntosh, founding editor of Liminal Magazine, about their first issue. Eliza is also joined by Reg Dodd and Malcolm McKinnon to discuss their new book…
Acclaimed novelist, poet and playright Ben Okri visits The Glasshouse ahead of his upcoming talk on freedom as part of the Melbourne's School of Life series. We also get to hear about his…
Triana Hernandez and Georgia Maq pop past to fill us in on Brunswick Music Festival's Sound Sessions: Poetics and Politics; then, Carly Findlay discusses her memoir, Say Hello.
Beth catches up with Mandy Ord about her book When One Person Dies The Whole World Is Over and Xen Nhà lets us know about a special Queer lunar new year party hosted…
An episode of The Glasshouse on 6 February 2019
An episode of The Glasshouse on 30 January 2019
Presented by Latifa filling in for Beth Atkinson Quinton