Interviews I have had with writers

 

Jaye Ford (Website) - Interviewed 13 April 2012.

Jaye lives near Lake Macquarie, NSW and has two successfully published thrillers. The first, Beyond Fear, is in its second print run and her current book, Scared Yet? is being well recieved by readers. Jaye's books have been translated to seven different languages. Hear Jaye's comments on her books and on writing commercial fiction.

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Barry Maitland (Website) - Interviewed 24 October 2011.

Barry is a successful crime mystery writer living right here in the Hunter Valley. We will discuss Barry's writing career, his tips on writing and his latest book, Chelsea Mansions.

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Kari Gislason (Website) - Interviewed 30 August 2011.

Biography from The Promise Of Iceland - After graduating in English and Law, Kari Gislason wrote a doctoral thesis on concepts of authorship in medieval Iceland. He published scholarly articles dealing with the family sagas, as well as shorter pieces about Iceland for newspapers and literary journals. Kari has taught English Literature and writing at the University of Iceland and the University of Queensland, and currently lectures in Creative Writing and Literary Studies at Queensland University of Technology. He lives in Brisbane with his wife, Olanda, and their two children Finnur and Magnus.

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Y.A. Erskine - Interviewed 11 August 2011.

Biography from The Brotherhood - Yvette Erskine spent eleven years in the Tasmania Police Service. She was active in front-line policing and served as detective in the CIB. She is also an historian with an honours degree in Early Modern History. Yvette lives in Melbourne and is happily married with two dogs.

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Nick Earls (Website) - Interviewed 3 August 2011.

Biography from The Fix - Nick Earls is the author of twelve novels and two collections of short stories. He is the winner of a Betty Trask Award (UK) and a Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year Award. 48 Shades of Brown and Perfect Skin have been adapted into feature films, and five of his novels, including True Story of Butterfish and Zigzag Street, have become stage plays.           

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Sean McMullen (Website) - Interviewed 18 June 2011.

At the time of the interview, Sean's new novel Changing Yesterday was scheduled for release in July 2011 and Sean had just been short-listed for the Hugo Award in the novella category for Eight Miles.

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