College student and “Booktuber” Katie Wismer has been in love with the written word from a young age. On a whim, she posted her poetry to Instagram and received an amazing response from her followers a couple of years ago. It was then that she knew she had something special on her hands and decided … Continue reading From BookTuber to Published Poet: An Interview with Katie Wismer
Writing is often seen as a solitary effort, but when you look at it more closely, there are fewer occupations that have more collaboration than the publishing industry.
Already, the novel has earned Shackman comparisons to romance stalwarts, Cathy Kelly and Maeve Binchy. Find out why ...
Scottish contemporary romance author Julie Shackman has always been drawn to writing novels. In this interview we discuss the joy of releasing her third novel, A Room at the Manor in paperback, her path to publication and the highs and lows of writing romance.
Alt country band The Glorious North have been skirting around the Australian country music scene for a while now, developing a loyal fanbase that has seen them become festival favourites. In 2016, they released their debut album, Welcome to the Glorious North. Their latest single from the record, The Widow has already received a fantastic … Continue reading Crossing Over to The Dark Side: An Interview with The Glorious North’s PJ Devery
Barely out of his teens, singer-songwriter Angus Gill, has achieved things some musicians can only dream of.
In the rural town of Wimmera, Victoria in 1989, Ben and Fab spend nearly all their time together. They may be young and impressionable, but even they know it's better to while away their days yabbying and dreaming of expensive possessions than to talk about the sinister side of their town … like why no … Continue reading Mark Brandi – Wimmera (Literature Review)
"Pink Mountain on Locust Island is real and magnetic, simple yet so full of life."
Read this novel once and the story will stay with you long after you have reached the final page.
Hayley Marsten’s latest single Money Can’t Buy Class (from her 2017 EP Lonestar) is a country-pop anthem for anyone who has ever been made to feel bad about themselves because of the way they dress and how they look. In this interview, we discuss the inspiration behind the song and its music video, career highlights and plans for a debut album.
There is something captivating about musicality of "Feeling The Rhythm".