This week we celebrate the 175th Anniversary of Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre! In this episode, Gothic Literature specialist Kirstin Mills is joined by Master of Research candidate Rachel Baldacchino to explore what makes this Victorian novel and its many adaptations so enduringly popular.
Bruna Gomes, Australian-Brazilian poet, talks to Michelle about how to write poems and find inspiration, even during difficult times.
Bruna Gomes is an Australian-Brazilian novelist and poet. Her writing plants cultural and emotional history with new seeds. She is the author of How to Disappear (Encircle, 2021) and Triple Citizenship (Encircle, 2022). Her work is featured in various online journals, such as the Cordite Review, Dodging the Rain, The Pangolin Review, Paper Crane Journal, Cacti Fur, and The Quarry. In 2022, she was a writer in residence at The Museum of Loss and Renewal in Italy. Bruna was the winner of the 2020 Mosman Youth Awards in Literature. She was the recipient of the Fred Rush Convocation Prize (2022) and the Association of Heads of Independent Girls Schools Prize (2022). She was born in Boston, Massachusetts and lives on the Northern Beaches of Sydney.