Laura Elizabeth Woollett (author of The Wood of Suicides and The Love of a Bad Man) joins Joel and Ian at the Brunswick Street Bookstore.
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Kate Mildenhall, author of Skylarking, talks to Joel and Luke about The BFG, Suicide Squad and why we write.
Joel and Luke join author of Iris and the Tiger, Leanne Hall, to discuss relatability and inclusiveness in novels.
Screenwriter Chelsea Cassio joins Joel and Luke to talk about tragedy, comedy and the world of television.
Bearded, disgruntled store person Lucas picks Clerks, a film about a bearded, disgruntled store person, for Joel and Kezia to watch. I wonder why he likes it so much?
New co-host Ian Laking joins Joel and Lucas to tell us more about himself. Recorded live at the Brunswick Street Bookstore. (I know that’s Luke in the picture, but I forgot to take a picture this time)
Andrew McDonald returns to discuss The Americans, first drafts, and um, giant blind penguins. Recorded live at the Brunswick Street Bookstore.
Joel interviews Patrick Meaney, director of the upcoming documentary, Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously.
In a special episode, Joel talks about narrative in the growing video games industry with Neil Rennison (creative director of Tin Man Games) and Ichiro Lambe (founder of Dejobaan Games).