Virginia Woolf once famously wrote, ‘A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction.’ Author, Emily Brewin, examines the lengths women authors have taken to ensure a writerly life, and how depictions of women in literature have changed over time.
About Emily Brewin
Emily Brewin is a Melbourne author, freelance writer and educator. Her first novel, Hello, Goodbye, was published in 2017 with Allen & Unwin, her second, Small Blessings, was released in February this year with the same publisher. She has written for The Age / The Sydney Morning Herald, Feminartsy, Meanjin, Kill Your Darlings and Mamamia as well as Metro, Screen Education and Shine magazines. Her short stories have been published in a number of anthologies, including the 2017 Bristol Short Story Prize and the 2019 Margret River Press anthologies.