Ep 499: Kate Forsyth on her latest historical fiction novel ‘The Crimson Thread’.

Meet Kate Forsyth, author of The Crimson Thread. Discover how Haruki Murakami turned his health around – and what it did for his writing. And we have copies of Agatha Christie: A Very Elusive Woman by Lucy Worsley to give away.

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Writer in residence: Kate Forsyth

Kate Forsyth wrote her first novel at the age of seven, and is now the internationally bestselling & award-winning author of over forty books, ranging from picture books to poetry to novels for both adults and children. She was voted one of Australia’s Favourite 20 Novelists, and has been called ‘one of the finest writers of this generation’. She is also an accredited master storyteller with the Australian Guild of Storytellers, and has told stories to both children and adults all over the world. She is published in 20 countries and her most recent book is The Crimson Thread, a reimagining of ‘The Minotaur in the Labyrinth’ myth, set in Crete during the Nazi invasion and occupation of World War II.

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This podcast is brought to you by the Australian Writers' Centre and our course History, Mystery and Magic.

Find out more about your host, Valerie Khoo (@valeriekhoo on Twitter and @valeriekhoo on Instagram).

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