The Overland podcast: Maxine Beneba Clarke

For something a little different, join Overland editorial intern Eloise Oxer for a short series of author-interview podcasts. Each month we’ll chat with one of our contributing authors about the ideas behind their pieces, their writing practice and listen in as they spoil us with readings of their featured work.

To launch our podcast series we talk with writer, poet and performer Maxine Beneba Clarke about everything from winning the 2013 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for an Unpublished Manuscript to juggling the demands of a three-book deal while raising small children.

Enjoy and watch this space for the next audio instalment.

(Many thanks to Chris Chapple for the music.)

Eloise Oxer

Eloise Oxer is an actor, editor, writer and rambler and a long-time Overland fiction reader.

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