What's open on your computer and Lee Kofman on writers groups, writers block and writing communities

Jun 17, 2019, 12:40 AM
After learning Tony Abbott only has one Word document on his computer and everything he’s ever written is in it, the hosts discuss their own writing processes.  Katherine is all about Scrivener, spreadsheets and Om Writer whereas Kate’s approach is less technological.  No surprises there.  Kate also journals a lot… The document for her work in progress is MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND words.  
Then Katherine talks to Russian-born, Israeli-Australian novelist, short story writer, essayist, memoirist and former academic Lee Kofman.  
Lee is the author of three fiction books (published in Israel in Hebrew).  She has edited two anthologies of personal essays by prominent Australian writers.  Lee’s most recent book, Imperfect is a work of creative non-fiction.  
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