Welcome to Booktopia’s podcast collection!

December 7, 2016

Recent Interviews…

 


  • Peter FitzSimons: “He was a man of great vision, great foresight.”

  • Booktopia On… Shakespeare

  • Reece Carter: “We need to stop seeing vegetables and legumes as boring.”

  • Elle Halliwell: “There’s definitely a lot of light in this book.”

  • Booktopia On… Non-Fiction Trends

  • Kerri Sackville: “The most important part of dating is to look after yourself.”

For more recent interviews, click here.

 

Our most popular interviews…

 


  • Neil Gaiman on Norse Mythology

  • Sarah Wilson on First, We Make the Beast Beautiful

  • Peter FitzSimons on The Great Aussie Bloke Slim-Down

  • Jimmy Barnes: “This was a whole new set of pressure.”

  • Richard Fidler interview on Ghost Empire

  • Jodi Picoult on Small Great Things

For more podcasts, click here.

 

Let’s chat about food…

 


  • Reece Carter: “We need to stop seeing vegetables and legumes as boring.”

  • Lola Berry: “I think what’s beautiful is that healthy glow.”

  • Michelle Bridges: “Life will continue to throw you hand grenades.”

For more foodie talk, click here.

 

The latest Fiction…

 


  • Tony Park: “Write about what you love and write the sort of book that you want to read.”

  • A.L. Tait: “I think that there’s something in all of us that just loves a good adventure.”

  • Holly Ringland: “I’ve wanted to be a writer all my life.”

  • Nicola Moriarty on Those Other Women

  • Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff: “I miss them all already.”

  • Tracy Sorensen: “Once we have a galah narrator, can we ever go back?”

For more Fiction talks, click here.

 

Chatting with household names…

 


  • Peter FitzSimons: “He was a man of great vision, great foresight.”

  • Kitty Flanagan: “It’s the most addictive thing you’ll ever do.”

  • Meg and Tom Keneally on The Power Game

  • Lee Holmes: “Diversity is key.”

  • Sally Fitzgibbons: “I’m a nature woman at heart.”

  • Melissa Ambrosini: “It’s a relationship manual for the modern woman.”

For more interviews with celebs, click here.

 

All about the kids…

 


  • Jacqueline Harvey on her new series Kensy and Max

  • Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner: “It just came out so easily because it’s right up our alley.”

  • Matt Stanton: “This is my dream job.”

  • Zoë Foster Blake: “My challenge was to make a fart loveable and adorable.”

  • Dave Hughes & Holly Ife: “Your farts are your friends.”

  • Kate Mayes: “I had a lot of fun writing this book.”

For more chats about kids books, click here.

 

Healthy Living…

 


  • Reece Carter: “We need to stop seeing vegetables and legumes as boring.”
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    Lee Holmes: “Diversity is key.”

  • Lola Berry: “I think what’s beautiful is that healthy glow.”

For more on healthy living, click here.

 

For those who love literature…

 


  • Michelle De Kretser: “It fills me with awe.”

  • Award-winning Marija Pericic on The Lost Pages

  • Hannah Kent’s The Good People

For more interviews on literature books, click here.

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