Penmanship with Andrew McMillen
Grab a coffee from Paperplate and join Andrew McMillen and Katharine Murphy as he talks about writing and the creative process.
Date: Saturday 26th August 2017
Time: 10:00am - 11:00am
Venue: Paperplate, National Library of Australia
Cost: Free, no bookings required.
Penmanship is a podcast about Australian writing culture. It features interviews with Australians who earn a living from working with words: writers, journalists, editors, publishers and songwriters, among others.
Each episode consists of an in-depth, one-on-one conversation about the guest’s career, craft and inner life. Past guests include Sarah Ferguson, Chris Masters, Tim Rogers, John Clarke and Anne Summers.
The goal of Penmanship is to provide unique insights into the creative process, mechanics and skills behind the best writing in the country.
The podcast exists to explore the diversity and complexity of Australian storytelling by speaking directly with leading contributors to the field.
Penmanship is hosted by Andrew McMillen, a freelance journalist and author based in Brisbane. Andrew’s feature journalism has been published in The New York Times, The Weekend Australian Magazine, Rolling Stone, Good Weekend, The Saturday Paper, The Monthly, BuzzFeed and The Best Australian Science Writing 2016. Andrew’s first book, Talking Smack: Honest Conversations About Drugs, was published in 2014 by UQP.
You can find Penmanship on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, or via its website.