Question: What happens when Firebrand Feminist meets Fantasy Fiction Feminist?
Answer: Find out when Clementine Ford, author of the incendiary Fight Like a Girl, and Tansy Rayner Roberts, prolific fantasy writer, sit down to talk to Danielle Wood about living in the blogosphere and what’s next for womankind.
Clementine Ford is a Melbourne-based freelance writer, broadcaster and public speaker. Her debut book Fight Like A Girl (2016) is a feminist manifesto highlighting the enduring inequalities that still exist in the world for women and girls. Fight Like a Girl was shortlisted in the best non-fiction category of the 2017 Australian Indie Book Awards.
Tansy Rayner Roberts is an award winning-novelist, blogger and podcaster. As Livia Day, she wrote the cosy cafe crime novels, A Trifle Dead and Drowned Vanilla, and recently received an Arts Tasmania grant for the third in the series: Keep Calm and Kill the Chef.
Danielle Wood is a versatile writer and editor of fiction and non-fiction books for adults and children. Her work includes the Australia/Vogel’s Award-winning novel, The Alphabet of Light and Dark, and the Tuesday McGillycuddy trilogy for children—co-written with Heather Rose under the pen-name Angelica Banks.
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