From an episode of Spring Passage∙Presented by Jess Zanoni
Spring Passage: Heather Rose Explores Strange Connections In Her Memoir 'Nothing Bad Ever Happens Here'
Tasmanian author Heather Rose has returned with her new memoir Nothing Bad Ever Happens Here. Rose, whose previous novels include the bestseller Bruny and the Stella Prize-winning The Museum of Modern Love, turns to personal memoir for the first time in her long career, exploring how grief and commitment have shaped her life. Joining Spring Passage, Rose chats openly and generously about the origins of the personal stories that populate the book. From losing her brother and grandfather at a very young age to her time spent at a monastery, Nothing Bad Ever Happens Here takes stock of a life filled with joy and sorrow.
Nothing Bad Ever Happens Here is out now through Allen & Unwin.