Writers @ Stanton: podcasts

Writers@Stanton is the library's visiting author talk program.

It includes noted national and international authors, best-sellers, and lesser-known authors selected by publishers as authors of the future.

The author talk is followed by question time and the opportunity for book signing.

There is first-come first-served seating for 100 and standing room.

The program is free and no booking is required.


Here are recordings of some of the writers who have visited (and writers coming up are listed at left).

You can now find us on iTunes


Peter Greste on "First Casaulty", 9 October 2017

Gareth Evans in conversation with Michael Kirby about "The Incorrigible Optimist" on 5 October.

Richard Walsh on Reboot, 26 July 2017

Sam Dastyari on "One Halal of a Story", 23 August 2017

Tony Jones on "The Twentieth Man", 15 August 2017

Jane Caro on Unbreakable, 18 July 2017

Andrew Ford on The memory of music, 5 July 2017

Anna Krien on The Long Goodbye, 22 June 2017

Tracey Spicer on The good girl Stripped Bare, 16 May 2017

Susan Carland on Fighting Hislam, 10 May 2017

Susi Prescott on Where Hummingbirds Dance, 12 April 2017