Good writing begins with questions. What does it take to write a good story? How do you get your readers to connect with a character? Each week we'll speak to different writers about memoir writing. Hosted by SBS Voices editor Caitlin Chang with Candice Chung.
In this special episode Caitlin and Candice speak to journalist and SBS Emerging Writers’ Competition judge Behrouz Boochani. The author of 'No Friend but The Mountains' shares his thoughts on this year’s competition theme, Between Two Worlds, and the power in telling your own story.
You’re being published – now what? Amy Duong, one of the highly commended entries from the 2020 SBS Emerging Writers’ Competition speaks to Caitlin and Candice about the experience of being published in our first ever SBS anthology 'Roots: Home is Who We Are'.
Caitlin and Candice speak to Alana Hicks, winner of the 2020 SBS Emerging Writers' Competition. She reads an excerpt of her winning entry, reveals her tips for entering the competition, and discusses what it means to be a "cultural in-betweener".
In this first episode award-winning Wiradjuri author, Tara June Winch speaks to hosts Caitlin Chang and Candice Chung about the importance of creative partnerships and how to develop your writing craft.
Good writing begins with questions. What does it take to write a good story? How do you get your readers to connect with a character? Each week, co-hosts Caitlin Chang and Candice Chung will speak to writers and authors all about storytelling, and hopefully inspire you to get writing.