It’s the big 5-0 for The Morning Bell Podcast, so hosts Joel, Ian and Luke get reflective, and talk about their own writing careers.
C.S. Pacat, author of the best-selling of the Captive Prince trilogy, joins Joel and Ian for a nice chat about dealing with difficult topics in literature.
For the third batch of interviews from the Somerset Celebration of Literature, Joel and Ian talk to Mark Smith and Emily Gale. Mark Smith released his debut novel, The Road to Winter, last year. His writing has won a number of…
Joel and Luke are back at the Brunswick Street Bookstore with Joshua Pomare, a Melbourne writer who has been published in Meanjin, Takahe, Koru Mag, Funny Ha Ha and more. He’s also been shortlisted for various prizes and has his own podcast called On…
For the second batch of interviews from the Somerset Celebration of Literature, Joel and Ian talk to Karen Foxlee and Mick Elliott. Karen Foxlee writes for children and adults, and her latest novel, A Most Magical Girl, is racking up acclaim….
In the first of a series of podcasts recorded live at the Somerset Celebration of Literature, Joel and Ian talk to Alison Goodman and Rachael Craw. Alison Goodman is a returning guest who’s latest is The Dark Days Club: A…
The always entertaining Michael Pryor returns to the podcast to talk serving your audience and writing within a genre. Recorded live at the Brunswick Street Bookstore.
Freelance writer and Twitter pun extraordinaire Elizabeth Flux (Junkee, Kill Your Darlings, The Lifted Brow) returns to the Morning Bell to talk about jobs in the writing industry.
In the first podcast of the year, Joel and Ian talk to prolific author Greg Pyers, who is venturing into the world of crime fiction with The Unfortunate Victim.
In the last podcast of the year, Joel, Luke and Ian talk to The Brunswick Street Bookstore’s events manager, Marie Robineau.