Elwood Writers was in the studios of Vision Australia Radio in Kooyong on Thursday morning to record their pieces for a special upcoming winter-themed edition of the weekly literary program Cover To Cover.
The program features poetry, including haiku, by Helen, and stories by Jennifer, Margaret, and Barry, and goes to air on Friday 12 July at 8.00pm, repeated Sunday 14 July at 1.30pm.
Cover To Cover can be heard on the radio in Australia or online from anywhere in the world. For frequency and other information and to access online listening visit the station’s website below:
A podcast will be available shortly after the broadcast, and we’ll add it to our podcast page here on the Elwood Writers website, so if you don’t get a chance to tune in on the day you can listen anytime at your leisure.
Cover To Cover is produced by Tim McQueen and recorded in the studios of Vision Australia Radio in Melbourne.
This post originally showed the dates of the program as Friday 5 July and Sunday 7 July 2019. This was incorrect, and the information has been amended.
It’s a squarish room, plain by day, and nothing to speak of. But after dark, when the lamps are lit and the candles positioned, the room takes on an inviting glow, and were you to walk inside from the chill of a wintry evening, throwing off your coat and rubbing your hands together, you’d think […]
via THE GHOSTS — BARRY LEE THOMPSON
A recently posted piece of very short fiction from Barry’s blog.
“Don’t put any lights on. It’s better this way. We don’t need lights. There’s nothing to be afraid of.”
Barry’s short story Interrupter, published in pocketbook format by In Short Publishing Co. (2015), was recently dramatised for broadcast on Vision Australia Radio’s weekly Cover To Cover literary program. The podcast of the program is available here.
Melbourne’s Star Weekly features a piece about Barry‘s Overland Victoria University Short Story Prize win in its print and online editions. The article gives a mention to the Elwood Writers, and you can read it here.
Barry’s short story ‘Their cruel routines’ is the winner of the 2015 Overland Victoria University Short Story Prize. It’s published in Overland Issue 221 Summer 2015. You can also read it here: