This is a What's My Scene? post from Lefa Singleton Norton, founder of Women in Literary Arts Australia (WILAA). Being a writer can feel like ...Read More
This is a What's My Scene? post from Nathan Hondros and Robbie Coburn at the Australian Poetry Podcast.
The Australian Poetry Podcast regularly brings you long-form interviews with contemporary Australian poets.
Robbie Coburn and Nathan Hondros were invited to appear as guest bloggers for Writers Bloc's 'What's My Scene?' series. Instead of writing something sensible, they set up their audio gear and tooled around on the internet. In a one-on-one -- no guests allowed -- they spoke about their influences, their poetry, Edgar Allen Poe, Johnny Cash and The Simpsons' rendition of 'The Raven'. Nathan reads two of Andrew Burke's most influential poems and Robbie reads a work of his own, 'The lining of your skin', a poem fresh from his notebook.
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Sam van Zweden was Writers Bloc’s Online Editor from 2013 - 2015. A Melbourne-based writer and blogger, her work has appeared in The Big Issue, Voiceworks, Tincture Journal, Page seventeen, and others. She’s passionate about creative nonfiction and cross stitch. She tweets @samvanzweden.
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