Writerly Types: Greg Gould
National Youth Week / Writerly Types

Writerly Types: Greg Gould

Well, Capital Letters readers, do we have a treat for you!  Today’s National Youth Week interviewee is Greg Gould (sometimes known as Gregory A Gould), co-founder and editor of Blemish Books, a Canberra-based independent publisher that publishes fiction, poetry and essays by new and emerging Australian writers. He started Blemish Books with Lesley Boland in … Continue reading

Writerly Types: Duncan Felton
National Youth Week / Writerly Types

Writerly Types: Duncan Felton

What’s that?  Another interview for our Youth Week Writerly Types series?  That’s right!  Today we have Duncan Felton, Professional Library Dweller, Somewhat-Professional Writer, Editor and Publisher, Scissors Paper Pen Co-coordinator and Grapple Publishing Page Grappler. What is a typical work day like for you? I try to wake early to get some writing, editing or even just emailing in … Continue reading

Writerly Types: Chiara Grassia
National Youth Week / Writerly Types

Writerly Types: Chiara Grassia

The National Youth Week interview we have for you today is Chiara Grassia!   She’s a writer and a self-proclaimed music geek, currently the sub-editor and social media manager for BMA Magazine, co-curator of the Museum of Democracy’s Zine Lounge, producer of workshop afternoon ‘Write On’ at Gorman Arts Centre, and co-founder of the Canberra … Continue reading

Writerly Types: Andrew Galan
National Youth Week / Writerly Types

Writerly Types: Andrew Galan

So it’s Youth Week 2014, and we’ve got an array of interviews with wonderful writerly people just for you!  To kick things off, we’ve got an interview with Andrew Galan, poet and local yeller at Poetry Slam BAD!SLAM!NO!BISCUIT!, co-founder of poetry night Word Co-op, member of writing collective The Tragic Troubadours and this year co-producer … Continue reading