May 24, 2018
Monica Dux has been an important literary contributor to the feminist movement in Australia. Her books have sparked serious conversations and helped to trigger the evolution of Feminism in Australia by exploring it's disenfranchisement and the realities of parenting for women. She is the co-founder of the Stella Prize for women in literature, on the board of the Feminist Writers Festival and a columnist for The Age. Monica is a deep thinker and in this interview she brings her thoughts on the current wave of feminism, what change really means and the conversations we need to be having to ensure it isn't fleeting.
Monica's Feminist Writers Festival workshop on "Finding and Sustaining a Feminist Voice" has sold out already but you can still pick up tickets for the other events at www.feministwritersfestival.com
Writes4Women is proud to be the podcast partner for the 2018 Feminist Writers Festival.
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