Digital Book Tour: Kathleen Jennings on Flyaway: Small Towns, Fairytales, and Linguistics
This week Bee is joined by writer & artist Kathleen Jennings to talk about her book Flyaway.
Flyaway is a fairy tale-influenced (or structured?) Australian Gothic novel (or novella?). Small town landscapes and linguistics, productive misinterpretations of fairy tales, Kurt Vonnegut, and what it's like to write a strict first-person novel with a slew of other voices in it are some of the topics discussed.
* Kathleen's website: https://www.kathleenjennings.com/
* Flyaway on Kindle: https://amzn.to/3n21V6Q
* Flyaway on Bookshop: https://bookshop.org/a/1159/9781250260499
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