We’ve been plotting.
Now we have a few live episodes, they ought to keep you occupied for a day or two.
We’ll release a new one each month – or more often if we get a bit excited.
Here’s what we have in mind for a few future episodes of Unladylike.
Ann Goldstein on the art and science of translation, and her work on the novels of Elena Ferrante.
Do writers festivals create programs with gender and diversity in mind? We talk to women making decisions for festivals in the US, New Zealand and Australia.
Anita Heiss and Jessica Walton on perceptions, constraints, representation and freedoms.
Malinda Lo and Rebecca Lim on creating kick-ass protagonists.
Charlotte Wood and Paddy O’Reilly on dreaming, plotting (or not), drafting and redrafting.
Lee Kofman, Silvia Kwon and Maria Katsonis are possibly not such dutiful daughters.
That’s the plan for the next little while. We’ve already recorded some of these, but others are in the calendar-juggling phase. It might turn out differently. Certainly themes can change or emerge when we get into the studio and start talking.
But we want you to know how we’re thinking and what might lie ahead.