Showing all posts tagged: podcasts

Queer Podcasts, a directory of global LGBTQIA+ podcasts

24 August 2022

Ram Smith, whom I once worked with, has recently launched Queer Podcasts, a directory aggregating LGBTQIA+ podcasts from around the world onto a single platform.



The definition of being a single parent

23 February 2022

Dani Vee, Sydney based host of literary podcast Words and Nerds, writes about being a single parent at Ramona Magazine. If you only read one paragraph of the article, make sure it’s this one:

The next time you hear anyone talking about single mothers, start by replacing words like lonely, stressed, frazzled, broke and struggling with ‘you mean that independent-solution-focused-resilient-kick ass woman with the electric lawnmower?’

Also lookout for her debut picture book My EXTRAordinary Mum, featuring illustrations by Alexandra Colombo.



Words and Nerds podcast with Victoria Brookman

14 February 2022

Blue Mountains based Australian writer Victoria Brookman talks to Dani Vee on the Words and Nerds podcast, about her debut novel Burnt Out. It’s always great to hear how a first time author goes about getting their work published.



Tips for getting published and finding a literary agent

19 January 2022

Sydney based literary agent Jacinta Di Mase talks with Dani Vee and Adrian Beck on the Publishing Insider podcast, and shares tips and advice to prospective authors for finding a literary agent, and getting work published.


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Winners of the Australian Podcast Awards 2021

3 December 2021

Last night the winners of the Australian Podcast Awards were announced, at an event hosted by Sydney’s venerable Ritz Cinema. The Podcast of the Year award went to Private Affairs – which also won Best Fiction Podcast – a show billed as a “romantic-dramedy fiction podcast about a couple learning how to navigate the complexities of an interracial and intercultural relationship.” Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard won The Spotlight Award with her production A Podcast of One’s Own with Julia Gillard, while Tough Love, by Sydney based radio host and musician Linda Marigliano, took out the Best Lockdown Podcast.