The Australian Literature Review Update

The Australian Literature Review is in its 3rd day and has so far featured some great interviews with Australian authors. Bestselling author John Birmingham’s interview, is the most viewed to date, followed by children’s author Joel Hart’s interview and multi-talented author Fiona McIntosh’s interview.

Sophie King’s ‘Taking the Pain Out of Plot‘ is the most viewed article on literary craft to date, followed by Margaret Clark’s ‘Getting Motivated to Write (Children’s) Fiction’.

All author interviews are available via the Literary Interviews tab and all articles on the craft of writing are available via the Literary Craft tab.

Copies of John Birmingham’s After America and Peter Klein’s Silk Chaser are still up for grabs for the rest of this week. Find out how you can win here.

Today’s contributions have included an interview with Beautiful Malice author Rebecca James and an article on editing fiction by Adair Jones.

The Australian Literature Review thanks everyone who has visited the site so far, as well as the contributing authors.


The Australian Literature Review

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