Hear / See / Read Anita

In November 2017, Anita ran the New York Marathon. She talked to Rudi Bremmer on Radio National about the experience.


ABC Podcast: It's Not a Race - Anita talks about using writing to claim space in the mainstream for margialised characters.


Anita delivered the 2017 Ngunnawal Lecture at the University of Canberra, and you can view it here!

Anita spoke to Dan Bouchier on the ABC Canberra about improving Indigenous literacy and helping the children who are slipping through the gaps.


Anita was a guest on the Stand Out Life podcast. You can listen to her conversation with Ali Hill here.


The Garrett Podcast with Anita - March 2017


Love in the time of racism: Barbed wire and cherry blossoms - listen to Anita at Logan Library, Feb 2017


Anita speaks with Karen O'Brien-Hall at StartsAT60 about Barbed Wire and Cherry Blossoms. Watch it here!


Anita spoke to Marjorie Lewis-Jones about writing for children and Indigenous literacy!


Romance writers are in a universe of their own - Anita talks to Kat Mao at Book Thingo.


Anita talks to Mel Kettle at The Cook's Notebook about writing, running and life in Brisbane. You can read and listen here!


Anita talks about writing, social media and moving to Brisbane on The Activity Pod. Listen to it here!


Listen to Anita's 2015 Human Rights Oration delivered in Melbourne on December 15: Homelessness, homelands and human rights via VEOHRC.


Unpacking the Blak: Anita presents some compelling reasons to read Indigenous literature. In her opening address to the Blak and Bright Indigenous literary festival last weekend in Melbourne, Anita draws on the history of black writing to the work of living authors like Melissa Lucashenko, Kim Scott and Alexis Wright. 


Anita spoke to John Cummins on national radio FM4ORF while she was in Vienna. You can listen to the interview here.


Learn Anita's top three tips for writing chick lit here and a longer interview about writing her own chick lit with tips here. Courtesy of the QLD Writers Centre.


Anita in conversation with Lisa Walker at the Byron Bay Library. Watch a snapshot here.


Anita talks about being a Creative Disrupter to Make Change in Your Industry - she spoke to the Australian Businesswomen's Network.


Anita has been busy promoting her new novel Tiddas and she can listen to all her interviews here!


Anita shared her Top Shelf books on Radio National. Find out what they are here.


Speaking Out (ABC Local) On Whose Authority? with Melissa Lucashenko, Jacqueline Wright and Dr Anita Heiss podcast from the Brisbane Writers' Festival.

Anita joined Susan Johnson, Zoe Foster and Ara Jansen at the Perth Writers Festival in 2013 to discuss the 50 Shades of Chick Lit. You can watch it on the ABC's BIG IDEAS program.
See Anita alongside other Indigenous writers an ABC TV! as part of the THE ALL BLACKS session at the 2012 Brisbane Writers' Festival. 
Here's Anita's You Tube on writing AM I BLACK ENOUGH FOR YOU?
To hear / see Anita talking about Paris Dreaming and her writing process, check out the videos from the Sydney Writers' Centre by clicking here.
Anita joined James Valentine on ABC 702 on Monday April 4th April to yarn about Paris Dreaming. You can listen to it here.
Anita makes a showreel! Clear Content in Sydney have put together a showreel to help Anita's bid to become Australia's Oprah - stay tuned for more news on that front.

Anita Heiss Showreel from Clear Content on Vimeo.

Listen to Anita discuss Manhattan Dreaming and life as a writer and role as an Indigenous Literacy Ambassador. She's talking with Daniel Browning on AWAYE! Radio National.
Anita talks to Jon Faine on the ABC-Conversation Hour.
Hear Anita yarning about Manhattan Dreaming and Indigenous Literacy Day with Deborah Cameron on ABC 702 here.
You're invited into the daily life of Anita in the ABC-TV Message Stick documentary Meeting Ms Right.
View the Message Stick promo for Anita's show (33 seconds):
Anita talks about the production of the Macquarie PEN Anthology of Aboriginal Literature at Stanton Library. Click here to listen to her talk.
You can watch Anita speak about her writing for the NSW Department of Education and Training's Centre for Learning Innovation