Interview: Author Kathleen Jennings on Flyaway, the Aussie landscape, and the intersection of picture and prose

This interview was originally published by The AU Review on 11/08/20

It’s been a couple of weeks since Kathleen Jennings released her debut novella Flyaway into the world. We caught up with the Brisbane based writer and illustrator to chat about the release!

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Book Review: Gothic fairytale comes to small town Australia in Kathleen Jennings’ Flyaway

When Bettina Scott’s father and brothers disappeared, her mother took charge. The wild ways of her childhood were over, and Bettina was moulded into a proper young lady. But, when a mysterious letter arrives and a painted warning appears on their perfect picket fence, Bettina is forced to confront what really happened all those years ago, questioning everything she remembers.

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