Episode 06 | Slow Grains: Small is Beautiful

Listen to the stories of Australia’s pioneers in artisanal, small scale baking, from growers to millers, bakers, activists and researchers. This intimate panel discussion explores the chances they are taking to change the face of baking in Australia, from soil to gut....

Episode 05 Ross McMullin | Pompey Elliott at War: In His Own Words.

Pompey Elliott was Australia’s most famous fighting general in World War I. Now, with Ross McMullin’s new book, Pompey Elliott has also become the creator of Australia’s most riveting personal narrative of that conflict. Pompey Elliott At War: In His Own Words is Ross...

Episode 04 Cate Kennedy | Like A House on Fire

Author Cate Kennedy’s short story collections are currently on the VCE English syllabus. In this session she will be giving an insider scoop on the stories, their themes, how she wrote them, and how to craft your own short stories for assessment.

Episode 03 How to make a writer’s workshop work for you.

Bearing scars and trophies from tours of duty with other writers’ groups, a group of writers decide to risk social discomfort and creative derailment by workshopping together. Nearly three years later, they’re here to share hard-won wisdom. They discuss guidelines for...

Episode 01 Welcome to Country 2018

A moving and inspiring Welcome to Country by Rebecca Phillips of the Dja Dja Wurrung. This session officially kicked off the 2018 Words in Winter festival. Many thanks to Anthony Petrucci for the intro music, which was recorded during the festival....