Podcasts

For our October First Book Club, Ellen Cregan sits down with Katerina Bryant to discuss her debut memoir ‘Hysteria’, out now from NewSouth Publishing.

Podcasts

KYD First Book Club: Hysteria (with Katerina Bryant)

For our October First Book Club, Ellen Cregan sits down with Katerina Bryant to discuss her debut memoir ‘Hysteria’, out now from NewSouth Publishing.

KYD First Book Club: The F Team (with Rawah Arja)

For our September First Book Club, Ellen Cregan sits down with Rawah Arja to discuss her debut YA novel ‘The F Team’, out now from Giramondo Publications.

Having and Being Had and Hungry Ghosts

In this month’s podcast, the KYD team get together to discuss Eula Biss’s Having and Being Had, and the 4-part SBS drama Hungry Ghosts.

New Australian Fiction 2020

Tune in to hear Madeleine Watts, Mykaela Saunders, Jack Vening, Maame Blue and Jessie Tu read from their stories in New Australian Fiction 2020.

KYD First Book Club: The Fogging (with Luke Horton)

For our August First Book Club, Ellen Cregan sits down with Luke Horton to discuss his debut novel ‘The Fogging’, out now from Scribe Publications.

The Vanishing Half and Stateless

In this month’s podcast, the KYD team get together to discuss Brit Bennett’s multi-generational saga The Vanishing Half, and the 6-part ABC drama Stateless.

KYD First Book Club: A Lonely Girl is a Dangerous Thing (with Jessie Tu)

For our July First Book Club, Ellen Cregan sits down with Jessie Tu to discuss her debut novel ‘A Lonely Girl is a Dangerous Thing’, out now from Allen & Unwin.

KYD First Book Club: Fathoms (with Rebecca Giggs)

For our June First Book Club, Ellen Cregan sits down with Rebecca Giggs to discuss her debut book ‘Fathoms: The World in the Whale’, out now from Scribe.

The Octopus & I and Normal People

In this month’s podcast, the KYD team get together (remotely) to discuss Erin Hortle’s stunning debut novel ‘The Octopus & I’ (Allen & Unwin), and the small screen adaptation of Sally Rooney’s worldwide sensation ‘Normal People’ (Stan). 

KYD First Book Club: Please Don’t Hug Me (with Kay Kerr)

For our May First Book Club, Ellen Cregan sits down with Kay Kerr to discuss her debut YA novel ‘Please Don’t Hug Me’, out now from Text Publishing.

KYD First Book Club: The Adversary (with Ronnie Scott)

For our April First Book Club, Ellen Cregan sits down with Ronnie Scott to discuss his debut novel ‘The Adversary’, out now from Penguin Random House.

Silicon Valley Book Club

The KYD team discuss Anna Wiener’s Silicon Valley memoir, ‘Uncanny Valley’, delve into what makes a good (or bad) book club, and share the culture that’s getting us through isolation.

KYD First Book Club: Shirl (with Wayne Marshall)

For our March First Book Club, Ellen Cregan sits down with Wayne Marshall to discuss his debut short fiction collection ‘Shirl’, out now from Affirm Press.

KYD First Book Club: Cherry Beach (with Laura McPhee-Browne)

For our February First Book Club, Ellen Cregan sits down with Laura McPhee-Browne to discuss her debut novel ‘Cherry Beach’, recorded live at Bargoonga Nganjin North Fitzroy Library on 13 February.

New Australian Fiction at the Australian Short Story Festival

Tune in to hear a selection of authors from ‘New Australian Fiction 2019’ read from their work, recorded live at the Australian Short Story Festival.

KYD First Book Club: Being Black ‘N Chicken & Chips (with Matt Okine)

For our November First Book Club, Ellen Cregan sits down with Matt Okine to discuss reading, editing and the process of writing his debut novel ‘Being Black ‘N Chicken & Chips’.

KYD First Book Club: White Tears/Brown Scars (with Ruby Hamad)

For our October First Book Club, Ellen Cregan sits down with Ruby Hamad to discuss racism, feminism and the process of writing her debut book ‘White Tears/Brown Scars’.

Handmaids & Influencers

From Handmaids to influencers, KYD’s Meaghan Dew, Alan Vaarwerk, Ellen Cregan and Alice Cottrell unpack Margaret Atwood’s (newly joint Booker Prize-winning) ‘The Testaments’, and the inventive new ABC web series taking on influencer culture, ‘Content’. Spoilers ahead!

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