TLC Reader Stephanie Cross writes interviews for different magazines and papers. In one of her latest interviews, she talks to Kate Grenville, the Sydney-born novelist, about Australian history and language.
In the interview Stephanie writes: One particularly striking moment comes when Grenville’s heroine is suffering the inexpressible agony of labour. “Men are the ones in charge of the words,” Sarah thinks: “that’s why there isn’t one for this pain that only a woman can feel.” When I ask Grenville about this, she seizes on it: “I think with all my books, language has been their subject as much as anything else.”
Click here to read the interview. If you would like to hear more about Stephanie’s interviews in the future, you can receive updates via her twitter link: @StephanieDCross.