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The Write Life With Clare Morris

Don’t Kid Yourself! by Mike Smith

Writer, poet and playwright, Mike Smith discusses the power and pitfalls of ambiguity.

Cycling solo: a glimpse into storytelling by Carla Scarano D’Antonio

Carla Scarano D'Antonio explains how a simple cycle ride can encourage us to think of the liberating power of storytelling

Baby Daze Again by Jennifer Watts

Writer and former journalist, Jennifer Watts considers embracing 'the heavy load of parenting' again after 25 years.

Hushed by Margaret Kiernan

Margaret Kiernan shares a memory that has not dimmed with the passing of time in this moving piece of short nonfiction.

The Great Pretender by Greg Michaelson

Edinburgh-based novelist, Greg Michaelson explores one of our worst fears as writers: that our writing isn’t original

The Art of Attention – Where Poetry and Mindfulness Intersect by Daragh Byrne

Poet and Convener of The Sydney Poetry Lounge, Daragh Byrne explores the value of mindfulness in writing poetry, 'using the flawed tool of language.'

Police State by Don Krieger

Don Krieger's careful interrogation of the data is unsettling in its pursuit of truth.

An Invitation from Margaret Randall

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