May 7, 2015
On today's episode, Elizabeth & Lou speak with Murray Middleton, the 2015 winner of The Australian/Vogel's Literary Award for an unpublished manuscript. Murray's collection of short stories, When There's Nowhere Else to Run, has now been published by Allen & Unwin and marks just the second time in the award's 30 year history that a short story collection has taken out first prize.
Elizabeth reviews Lisa Carver's How To Not Write.
Triple R's resident TV expert, Brigid McCarthy, shares her take on BBC America's Orphan Black.
Geelong Gallery curator Lisa Sullivan visits the studio to discuss 'Telling Tales' - an exhibition of visual storytelling across paintings, prints and photographs, showing until May 10.