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August 12, 2020

The MWF Interview: Cath Moore

Introduction by Wai Chim Metal Fish, Falling Snow is a triumph of a novel. Cath Moore has created a whimsical story full of grit and heart. The novel introduces us to 14-year-old Dylan who grieves her mother’s recent passing. Her mother’s boyfriend, Pat, blames her for the tragedy and frankly she thinks it’s her fault […]

August 11, 2020

The MWF Interview: Katerina Bryant

Introduction by Jenny Valentish When writer Katerina Bryant started having seizures without any discernable cause, she was unceremoniously dropped into unfamiliar terrain. Hysteria: Memoir of Illness, Strength and Women’s Stories Throughout History is her attempt to get to grips with the distress of depersonalisation. It leads her to wonder about the very gendered concept of hysteria […]

Meet Jessie Tu

Jessie Tu is a writer and journalist based in Sydney. She has written about race, gender and culture in The Guardian, The Age and LA Review of Books. Her debut poetry collection You Should Have Told Me We Have Nothing Left was released in 2018. A Lonely Girl is a Dangerous Thing is her debut novel. How are you looking […]

January 11, 2019

Catch up on Ronan Farrow, Emily Nussbaum and Masha Gessen

Missed out on MWF18? Ahead of the launch of our official podcast (coming very soon – subscribe to our eNews to hear about it first), catch up on some favourites courtesy of the Wheeler Centre. Ronan Farrow: Power, Abuse & Facing Facts Ronan Farrow discusses the poignant stories of abuse behind his extraordinary investigative reporting […]