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This month we head out of Dumbo Feather HQ and take you on an adventure to the 2016 Melbourne Writers Festival, when we parked our caravan up at Federation Square and welcomed writers in for intimate conversations with a small audience. First up is British poet and educator Anthony Anaxagorou, a man who thinks deeply about each word he uses and the importance of being vulnerable. Then, we hear from Neil Strauss, New York Times best-selling author of The Game—a book which lead him to some pretty big realisations about himself and what makes a healthy relationship.
The interviews in this episode were conducted by Nathan Scolaro and Mele-Ane Havea. This episode was produced by our mate Beth Gibson. Music by Dennis Liu. We would also like to thank our friends at the Melbourne Writers’ Festival.