KATE & LOLA

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KATE FORSYTH

Kate’s latest novel The Blue Rose is due in July, 2019. Discover her work on her website.

The poem, Scars, was first published in Quadrant in 1994; and was later included in Kate’s award-winning essay, Stories as Salvation, in Griffith Review Ed. 42.


In this episode

A child mauled so severely by a dog that she isn’t expected to live, grows up to become a passionate dog lover.

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CREDITS

Featuring/ Kate Forsyth

Producer/ Michelle Ransom-Hughes

Editing/ Michelle and Seja

Composer/ Seja Vogel

Sound design/ Seja Vogel (w. Michelle Ransom-Hughes)

Script consultant/ Lea Redfern

Studio dog/ Whiskey

Theme/ “Come to Me” Written and performed by Seja (w. Ben Corbett)

Poem reading/ Lea Redfern

Song/ “I Am Yours” by Seja

Illustration/ Lily Mae Martin


THANK YOU!

Dylan Ransom-Hughes, Simon Graydon, Jeremy Santolin (The Picture Club), Romina Gerhards, Nicola Harrison, Benython Oldfield, Mirko Vogel, Rebecca Armstrong, Sarah Kanowski, Brianna Peterson, Marco, CB, and Lola. Thanks to tech angels, PM and MP.

Thanks also to the team at Whooshkaa.

 

Dogs are very intuitive, even almost psychic sometimes... I say to my children,
If you listened and watched as closely as dogs do,
you too would always be aware of how people around you are thinking and feeling.
— Kate Forsyth

TRANSCRIPT

A TASTE