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Captives, by Angela Meyer

The Stonnington ‘untitled’ Literary Festival is coming up later this month (my session is on Sunday afternoon 22/11/15, click here to book, it’s free) and so I’m reading and re-reading the books around our theme ‘That’s Odd: a Discussion with Authors of Spooky, Strange and Macabre Fiction’.  716 more words


"No Ragrets": Q&A with Angela Meyer

Blogger in Residence, Christine McPaul, caught up with Angela Meyer of LiteraryMinded to find out about her experience as an author, editor and blogger.

If there was a single word to describe your writing journey what would that be? 851 more words

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Angela Meyer, Captives (Review)

Have you read any flash fiction? Some of the pieces in Pulse would qualify but, besides this, I hadn’t read much until I picked up Angela Meyer’s collection… 1,229 more words

Australian Literature

Monthly Musings: Three discoveries in March

I know it’s a little late since we’re already a week into April, but here are a few of my discoveries from March (in no particular order): 255 more words


And so it begins...

Adelaide Writer’s Week that is, and I went along to my first session yesterday to hear Julia Gillard talk about her new book.

In the 35 degree heat albeit with partial shade, Julia’s session was literally bursting at the seams with the crowd of people there to hear her, many standing due to a lack of available seats, a sure sign of this ex-prime minister’s continuing popularity. 192 more words


Mallarme Got it Wrong: Mark Roberts Reviews 'Captives' by Angela Meyer

Captives by Angela Meyer. Inkerman and Blunt 2014

Some years ago now I was informed that a number of recent pieces I had written were “micro-fiction/flash fiction”. 1,094 more words

Australian Literature

Captives - Angela Meyer

I’ve finished the fourth draft of my novel and its out with four (mainly friends and family) beta readers over christmas/new year. I’m feeling a bit deflated rather than elated for some reason but looking forward to a two-month break from it (I was starting to hate it at the end of this draft!). 448 more words