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The Sound of Sarah Drummond

Friday 25th August / posted by Will Backler

Writer from the South-West Sarah Drummond published The Sound late last year – a work of historical fiction based across the South Coast of Australia around the fascinating story of the short-lived sealing industry.

Working on her second book is part of her brief as the current writer in residence for FAWWA (Fellowship of Australian Writers), along with conducting workshops on memoir and historical fiction as well as hosting get-togethers for local writers.

Sarah joined us in the studio to talk about The Sound, what it means to be a ‘Writer in Residence’; and to discuss details about the workshops and the get-togethers she has organised.

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