Interviews give us an opportunity to focus on the work that individuals do. It highlights the writing, storytelling, and poetic craft of people. It gives the audience a chance to find out more about their community as we shine a spotlight on good work by a range of practitioners.

"When I think of the Centre for Stories, two Māori concepts come to mind: manaakitanga and whanaungatanga. Manaakitanga is the process of showing respect, generosity and care for others while whanaungatanga is a relationship that’s developed through shared experiences and ultimately results in a shared sense of belonging."
A growing collection of interviews with the writers of our Writing Change, Writing Inclusion program. View More
Interviews with authors and translators working in or writing about our close neighbour Indonesia. View More
On The Table is an interview series with emerging writers from the 2019 Centre for Stories Inclusion Matters Hot Desk Fellowship. View More
Contemporary writers from Singapore look at issues like craft, reading, influence, community, and ethics. View More
A diverse selection of Australian writers uncover the hidden processes, research, and inspiration that goes into the making of a book. View More
Contemporary poets from India focus on what it means to be a poet today. View More
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