Anna Snoekstra is the author of Only Daughter, Little Secrets and The Spite Game. Her novels have been published in over twenty countries and sixteen languages. She has written for The Guardian, Meanjin, Lindsay, LitHub and had short fiction published in The Saturday Paper and The Griffith Review. Her new novel Out of Breath came out late last year and her first audio drama, This Isn’t Happening, was released this May.
Sunday 18 June, 12pm
Podcast and radio host Nana Owusu shares the biggest lessons she’s learnt through years of interviewing, researching and crafting her outstanding podcast, The Subtlety Of It.
Saturday 17 June, 10am-5:15pm
The National Writers’ Conference is the place for emerging writers to develop their skills, hear from leaders in the field, and forge connections within the industry.
Saturday 17 June, 1:45pm
What is it we do when we write? How does composition relate to vision? Bella Li discusses two particular methods of composition – collage and ekphrasis – as well as general compositional principles of structure and sequence, in works of poetry.