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Writers’ Wellbeing: Marianne Ellis from Soul Reflection Coaching: Cultivating & Maintaining Creative Resilience

Last week in the ‘Wellbeing for Writers’ series I described writing as a sedentary pursuit. The fact is, writing is also such a solitary pursuit. For many it can be hard to define their creative goals, let alone hone a … Continue reading

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August’s Bulletin from the Bunker

It’s Lockdown 3.0 here in Greater Melbourne, and as we conclude our first week of Stage 4 restrictions,  COVID-19 is once again messing with my creative output. I know I’m not alone. And I know quarantine impacts different people in … Continue reading

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Interview with Australian Visual Storyteller, Nicola Tierney

I’m delighted to have Australian Visual Storyteller, Nicola Tierney, drop by the Writing and Moonlighting couch today for a chat about everything from her new book The Gribble’s Gift to her creative influences, to her miniature fantasy models, and her … Continue reading

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