BITE Issue #03

Type: BITE Magazine
Price: Free


We are excited to share issue 3 of BITE with you.

Packed full of content to inspire and motivate, this issue features: Kate Forsyth on how and why fairy tales have shaped her writing, Jane Gleeson-White’s incidental tea room meeting as the ACT Writer-in-Residence which inspired her current project; Karen Viggers on how journeys far and small can transform creative work; Sophie Carlon unveiling the mysterious world of YouTube’s book vloggers; Nadia Jamal on writing the collective stories of Muslim women; Katherine Collette on the behind-the-scenes process of creating a podcast; Sarah Fallon’s feminist take on The Hero’s Journey; Kaaron Warren’s advice for drawing inspiration from your dreams; and Meg Wilson’s advice for those for whom inspiration just isn’t coming. 
This issue also comes with gorgeous deskspiration, extracts from Catching Teller Crow by Ambelin Kwaymullina and Ezekiel Kwaymullina and Headstrong Daughters by Nadia Jamal, the winning entries for the 2017 ACT Writing Awards by Cherisse KellyElla Jeffery and Penny O’Hara, and the seeds that sparked the latest creative projects of Australia’s favourite writers.

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