Australian author Kirsten Krauth‘s debut novel, just_a_girl – it’s been described as “Lolita with a webcam” – was published by UWA Press last year to great reviews. Kirsten is also a generous and enthusiastic promoter of other debut novelists, particularly via the Friday Night Fictions feature on her blog Wild Colonial Girl. The Life and Loves of … Read more…
William Yeoman interviewed Tracy Farr for The West Australian newspaper ahead of her appearance at 2014 Perth Writers Festival. Read ‘Music becomes life’s metaphor’ online
I answered 10 questions for Lisa Hill, for the Meet an Aussie/Kiwi author feature on her excellent ANZ LitLovers blog. Read the interview online: ‘Meet a kiwi author: Tracy Farr’
Tracy Farr talks with Lynn Freeman from Radio New Zealand’s Arts on Sunday about the theremin, the nature of home, and The Life and Loves of Lena Gaunt. The interview was broadcast on Arts on Sunday (6 October 2013), prompting the show’s musical motif of tracks featuring theremin. Listen to the interview: You can read show notes and … Read more…
I talked with Sarah McNeill while I was in Perth for the launch of The Life and Loves of Lena Gaunt. Her article ‘Blurring fact and fiction’ was published in local Perth newspaper Post on 21 September 2013.
When I was in Perth last week I talked with Miyuki Jokiranta from ABC Radio National’s Books and Arts Daily about sound and light, theremins, the space between, and my novel The Life and Loves of Lena Gaunt. The interview was broadcast today, and you can download audio or listen here.
While in Perth for the launch of The Life and Loves of Lena Gaunt, I talked with Jacqueline Lang for Starfish magazine about Cottesloe – growing up there, my family connections to the place, how it inspired the novel – and shared some family photos taken in Cottesloe in the 1940s. Read the interview online: Tracy Farr shares Cottesloe memories