Interview: Sarah Marriott gives us the lowdown on Lounge Room Sessions

Interview originally published by The AU Review on 08/04/20

With venues across the country closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, performers are looking to digital platforms to share their creativity. Enter Sarah Marriott and an exciting new project, dubbed Lounge Room Sessions.

With more than 2,000 tuning into the first event last weekend, Lounge Room Sessions are already off to a flying start. Fronted by Brisbane drag queen Bebe Gunn (pictured above), the Sessions promise a wealth of entertainment, all enjoyed from the comfort of your own sofa.

We sat down with Sarah to chat a little about the show, and what we can expect from the next event this coming Saturday!

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Interview: Maria V. Snyder talk Terracotta Warriors, writing routines, and Criminal Minds

This interview was originally published by The AU Review on 28/11/19

Science fiction and fantasy writer Maria V. Snyder dropped not one, but TWO books last year – Chasing the Shadows, the second in the Sentinels of the Galaxy series, and the (currently) Australia-only The Eyes of Tamburah!

I was lucky enough to grab five minutes with the prolific author to chat about her latest work!

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Interview: Brisbane songstress Austen talks us through debut EP Passenger Seat

Interview originally published by The AU Review on 02/10/19

Flashing back to an interview I did back in October, with Brisbane singer-songwriter Austen! Her support slot with Love Fame Tragedy wrapped a few weeks ago, but she’s just announced her own tour – head to her website for all the details!


First of all, congrats on the EP release! How does it feel to have your debut out in the wild?

It feels awesome! It’s been a long time coming. It feels like I can finally put this project out there to show people who I am as an artist, and also put a full stop at the end of the chapter in my life that the EP was written about. It’s a really nice sense of closure.

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