Podcast 35 is a special live recording of my discussion with Melina Marchetta at Muse bookstore on 9 April 2019, about her new book, The Place on Dalhousie. I am so grateful to Nikki, Dan and Paul at Muse for inviting me to be part of the event. Melina spoke about writing, family and home (basically everything but, that book, her
Podcast 34 brings you all the action from the launch of Volume 2 from Paperchain Bookstore, hosted and released #podtaneously with Angharad Lodwick. Featuring Q&A with me and Poyo’s Juliette Dudley. You can grab your copy today at a range of retailers and online.
Podcast 33, released on Fathers Day, is inspired by 3 items many Canberra Dad’s love: The old Starlight Drive-in + 70s Valiant + a car load of kids Thanks to Trevor from Newcastle Productions for use of his awesome artwork of the old sign You can listen to all previous Capital Yarns podcasts here.
Via Facebook, Mel B requested three items that hint at a yarn about modern (or near modern) life in Canberra’s south. These are certainly items that evoke memories of my youth in Tuggeranong. But I couldn’t resist taking a slightly different tack: Horse Agistment Paddocks + Skates Alive (Erindale) + Kingsley’s Chicken Podcast Version Text Version At first I was