Ep 341 Meet Katherine Firkin, author of ‘Sticks and Stones’.

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In Episode 341 of So You Want To Be A Writer: Meet Katherine Firkin, author of Sticks and Stones. Discover what you need in an author newsletter template. Impress (or baffle) your friends by casually dropping the word ‘autarky' into a conversation. Plus, we have 3 copies of Utopia Avenue by David Mitchell to give away.

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Show Notes

Why You Need a Template for Your Newsletter (and What to Put in It)

Kindling by Nigel Featherstone

The Fire Star by A.L. Tait

Writer in Residence

Katherine Firkin

Katherine Firkin is a Melbourne journalist, currently with CBS New York.

She has over a decade of experience and has worked across every medium – print, online, television and radio.

Katherine has been writing fiction from a young age, and she studied literature and journalism at university. Her debut novel is inspired by the many criminal trials she has covered.

Her debut novel is called Sticks and Stones and is published by Penguin Australia.

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