AWW21 Lost Women of History - Danielle Clode and Judith Hoare
Adelaide Writers' Week
When Danielle Clode set out to research In Search of the Woman Who Sailed the World, about the first woman to circumnavigate the earth, she discovered scant details of an impoverished French peasant who embarked on her voyage disguised as a man. Judith Hoare’s The Woman Who Cracked the Anxiety Code is the overdue account of Australian Dr Claire Weekes, whose pioneering work on anxiety and depression still forms the basis of much contemporary treatment. Danielle and Judith reflect on these groundbreaking but overlooked women, and why women are written out of history. Chaired by Collette Snowden
Edith Coleman was the foremost female naturalist of her generation. She would solve a mystery that had even bewildered Darwin. Today, she is almost entirely forgotten, save by a handful of scientists and naturalists. Award winning author Danielle Clode presents the life of one of Australia's foremost naturalists Edith Coleman and the story of the quest to recover her from the footnotes of history.Continue reading
WRITER 229: Meet Danielle Clode, author of The Wasp and The Orchid'
So you want to be a writer
Tips for getting into a writing habit and and check out this grammar vigilante from Bristol. Another round of Furious Fiction begins Friday 6 April and discover your chance to win a signed copy of ‘The Book of Answers’ by our very own AL Tait. And meet Danielle Clode, author of ‘The Wasp and The Orchid’. Read the show notes. Email Valerie and Allison firstname.lastname@example.org. WritersCentre.com.au | AllisonTait.com | ValerieKhoo.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.