The ABR Podcast

By The ABR Podcast

Welcome to The ABR Podcast, produced by Australian Book Review. Released every Wednesday, The ABR Podcast features a range of literary highlights, such as reviews, poetry, fiction, interviews, and commentary. Subscribe on iTunes, Google, or Spotify Podcasts, or whichever app you use to listen to your favourite podcasts. For more information about ABR, visit our website, www.australianbookreview.com.au

  1. 1.
    Yves Rees on the feminist significance of radio in Australia’s history
    10:38
  2. 2.
    'May Day', read by Anita Punton
    35:50
  3. 3.
    On D.H. Lawrence: Frances Wilson in conversation with Peter Rose
    59:20
  4. 4.
    Joel Deane on Facebook’s demise
    15:52
  5. 5.
    John Richards reads 'A Fall from Grace'
    33:01
  6. 6.
    ‘An die Nachgeborenen: For those who come after’ by Elisabeth Holdsworth
    1:14:37
  7. 7.
    Camilla Chaudhary reads ‘The Enemy, Asyndeton’
    33:51
  8. 8.
    Stephen Bennetts on the 'Dark Emu' debate
    14:46
  1. 9.
    Theodore Ell in conversation with Beejay Silcox
    42:56
  2. 10.
    On the Australian poet Francis Webb
    35:55
  3. 11.
    Theodore Ell reads 'Façades of Lebanon', winner of the Calibre Essay Prize
    40:40
  4. 12.
    Paul Muldoon on the Yoo-rrook Justice Commission
    17:22
  5. 13.
    Poetry in times of recovery | Ft. Sarah Holland-Batt, Anders Villani, Felicity Plunkett, and more
    25:43
  6. 14.
    'Bunker' by Josephine Rowe
    14:44
  7. 15.
    Martin Thomas on Patrick White
    36:25
  8. 16.
    Ilana Snyder on Israel and Palestine
    15:33
  9. 17.
    James Boyce on Richard Flanagan's 'Toxic'
    13:56
  10. 18.
    Krissy Kneen in conversation with Beejay Silcox
    39:01
  11. 19.
    James Ley on Harold Bloom
    10:50
  12. 20.
    David Mason on 'African American Poetry', edited by Kevin Young
    22:53
  13. 21.
    Zora Simic on 'Feminisms' by Lucy Delap
    10:23
  14. 22.
    Tim Byrne on Australian theatre after the pandemic
    23:11
  15. 23.
    Beejay Silcox on Louise Milligan
    13:07
  16. 24.
    Patrick McCaughey on Cy Twombly
    33:30
  17. 25.
    Anne Rutherford on 'My Octopus Teacher'
    15:47
  18. 26.
    Beejay Silcox on Kazuo Ishiguro
    15:20
  19. 27.
    Peter Tregear on Australian Universities
    16:02
  20. 28.
    Paul Kildea on Musica Viva and Benjamin Britten
    41:50
  21. 29.
    Naama Grey-Smith on 'At the Edge of the Solid World' by Daniel Davis Wood
    9:38
  22. 30.
    In Conversation with Tim Byrne
    23:27
  23. 31.
    Samuel Watts on the assault on the US Capitol
    19:27
  24. 32.
    The Porter Prize shortlisted poets read their poems
    29:23
  25. 33.
    Jon Piccini on the Palace Letters
    38:00
  26. 34.
    Peter McPhee on 'Napoleon and de Gaulle' by Patrice Gueniffey
    27:12
  27. 35.
    Books of the Year with Beejay Silcox, Billy Griffiths and Peter Rose
    33:24
  28. 36.
    Amanda Laugesen on swearing and the art of the euphemism
    8:55
  29. 37.
    In conversation with Nicole Abadee about Sofie Laguna
    19:26
  30. 38.
    Kate Crowcroft on Kylie Maslen's 'Show Me Where It Hurts'
    8:44
  31. 39.
    Joshua Black on Susan Ryan, a pioneering politician
    12:06
  32. 40.
    Hessom Razavi on statelessness and Australia’s detention centres
    26:44
  33. 41.
    Tony Hughes-d'Aeth on Australia's literary regionalism
    19:26
  34. 42.
    Timothy J. Lynch on the paradox of Donald Trump
    32:14
  35. 43.
    Johanna Leggatt on Twitter's threat to writers and journalists
    25:29
  36. 44.
    Michael L. Ondaatje on black American voters and Donald Trump
    45:05
  37. 45.
    'Egg Timer' by C.J. Garrow
    27:43
  38. 46.
    In conversation with James Bradley about David Mitchell's 'Utopia Avenue'
    30:20
  39. 47.
    'The Dolorimeter' by Kate Middleton
    32:58
  40. 48.
    Poets Abroad – Victoria
    49:06
  41. 49.
    Recession speak: Amanda Laugesen on the language of financial crises
    8:29
  42. 50.
    'River Story' by Mykaela Saunders, winner of the 2020 ABR Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Prize
    35:10

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