We are so excited. This week we feature our first debut author Lauren Chater, who has written a beautiful novel set in World War II Estonia, called The Lace Weaver. It's a story of love and courage in one small country caught between warring powers. We cook Estonian ribs and investigate Lauren's blog The Well Read Cookie.
Welcome to Part 2 of our WOM Sydney Writers' Festival coverage - our fourth episode! Debut sensation Sophie Green, talks about her outback adventure The Inaugural Meeting of the Fairvale Ladies Book Club; Stella Prize Winner Charlotte Wood discusses her latest novel Love and Hunger - such a good book for a cooking show; and Welsh debut author Emma Glass talks about her astonishing novel Peach.
Welcome to Part 1 of our WOM Sydney Writers' Festival bumper third episode! We interview Pulitzer Prize winner Jennifer Egan about her latest novel Manhattan Beach; the inimitable Richard Fidler, about his latest oeuvre Saga Land, which he co-wrote with Kari Gislason – a combination of memoir, myth and history; and the amazing Annabel Crabb, who talks about her upcoming cookbook Special Guest and worst ever cooking disaster. Best episode yet!
Welcome to our second Episode! Today we meet the amazingly talented Kelly Rimmer, USA Today best selling author of the powerful novel, Before I Let You Go. Join us over a delicious meal inspired by Kelly's book as she shares her writing journey with us.
Wow! How lucky are we! In our first episode, Graeme Simsion, author of the global bestseller The Rosie Project, and his author wife Anne Buist, discuss their latest novel Two Steps Forward, a rom-com set on the Camino trail in France and Spain. What a setting for food! The protagonists are backpackers on a budget, so the pickings are slim, but there is plenty of food for love!