Winter 2019 Cover To Cover, Vision Australia Radio

Wintry stories and music can be enjoyed whatever the season, wherever you are. Listen to Elwood Writers read their winter-themed work on the recent special edition of Cover To Cover, Vision Australia Radio’s weekly literary program, originally broadcast 12 July 2019.

The program is available on the Podcasts & Recordings page of this site, linked here. Happy listening.

Thanks for dropping by the Elwood Writers website. See you again soon.


Cover To Cover is recorded in the studios of Vision Australia Radio in Melbourne.
Producer: Tim McQueen.

Poetry to our ears

Congratulations to Helen on winning ‘Poet of the Month’ at the July Chamber Poets meeting in Woodend with her poem ‘Stark Against the Sky’. If you use Facebook, you can find out about Chamber Poets here.

And Helen’s poems ‘A Friday, like any other …’ and ‘In Deep Blue’ are published in Poetry Matters Issue 36 – the 2019 Competition edition. You can read more about Poetry Matters here.

Up-coming Q & A on Lily Campbell’s Secret

On Monday evening, Jennifer will be in conversation with Peter Craven at Readings Bookshop St Kilda, discussing the writing of her recently published novel ‘Lily Campbell’s Secret’. She’ll be joined on the night by fellow Elwood Writers Margaret and Barry. See the following post from Jennifer’s website for more information and event details:

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People who live in Melbourne will be able to attend an event on Monday 12th August, 6.30 pm at Readings Bookshop, Acland Street, St Kilda. I will be ‘in conversation’ with Peter Craven, discussing the writing of Lily Campbell’s Secret. Members of my writing group, Elwood Writers elwoodwriters.com  will be there too, to give insights into the way members of a writing group can support each other.

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The Readings Carlton book launch

Elwood Writers meets together every second Tuesday and we have been doing this for over 10 years. Some keys to our success may be that the group is small: just four people — so there is always time to discuss everyone’s work. We work on somewhat different genres: short stories, memoir, poetry, and I focus on longer fiction. Our meetings run for about three hours with a formal agenda that also allows time for a bit of…

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