The Written Word, the Spoken Thought

poster image with title for williamHave you ever dreamed of writing a book?

Do you ever wonder what the creative process is for the world’s top authors?

Listen in to part I of this special program featuring top authors, festival directors, publishers and fans of Writers Festivals. It’s the perfect way to wet your appetite for this year’s upcoming Byron Bay Writers Festival.

Brought to you by the host of Arts Canvass, Karena Wynn-Moylan. This special feature radio program explores the art and practice of writing, and reminds the listener of the transformational power of great literary storytelling. The Written Word, the Spoken Thought provides in-depth conversations and fresh perspectives on writers and writers festivals, and one-on-one book readings with some of the top authors of our times, including Dominic Dunne, Peter Carey, Steve Bisley and more.

The Written Word, the Spoken Thought explores dozens of writer’s lives and work in an in-depth way, sharing their deeper influences and personal stories. In these intimate conversations and candid interviews, you will discover the personality, experiences, language, activities and experiences that bring these authors words to life.

Check with your CRN affiliate for local/regional broadcast times.

The mission of BayFM’s Arts initiative is to advance the the critical role the Arts play in our communities, and to provide a long-term approach to the development of Australian artists, writers, musicians and performers.

BayFM Community Radio is committed to providing consistent high-quality, professional broadcast programs on subjects of interest to local and national communities. The Written Word, the Spoken Thought will be released across multiple platforms including radio, online streaming, podcasts, website, social media and nationwide via the Community Radio Network. This program was produced with a grant from the Community Broadcasting Foundation.

Arts Canvass is currently broadcast live on Bay FM every Thursday from 9am – 11am.

You can access Karena’s blogs and the Arts Canvass show page here.