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Jack Delosa is changing education for entrepreneurs. Founder of Australia’s largest and most disruptive education institution for entrepreneurs, The Entourage, Jack also co-founded MBE Education which assisted SME’s to raise money from investors. MBE quickly became one of Australia’s fastest growing companies. Jack is the host of Sky Business TV series 'Entrepreneurs'. He has been listed in the BRW Young Rich List since 2014 and is a 2x bestselling author. In The Jack Delosa Podcast, Jack an ...
 
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Welcome to The Weekend Booktopian, our weekly podcast to kick off your weekend! Our team will give you the low down on all things book news related, and turn you on to the books that we are reading right now!For our sixty-second episode Olivia hosts Nick, Stefania and Tom as we discuss the ARA Historical Novel Prize, National Simultaneous Storytime…
 
Kylie Stevenson has 17 years' experience as a journalist, her work appearing in newspapers, magazines and websites all over the country, including The Guardian Australia, The Australian, The Weekend Australian Magazine and numerous health, lifestyle and travel publications. Kylie was awarded the inaugural Andrew McMillan Writers Residency at Larrim…
 
Booktopia’s CEO Tony Nash sits down with Andrew Griffiths, author of Someone Has To Be The Most Expensive, Why Not Make It You? They discuss their first ever jobs, the value of finding enjoyment in work, and more.Books mentioned in this podcast:Andrew Griffiths - Someone Has To Be The Most Expensive, Why Not Make It You?: https://bit.ly/39rn5WsHost…
 
Garry Linnell is one of Australia’s most experienced journalists. Born and raised in Geelong, he has won several awards for his writing, including a Walkley for best feature writing. He has been editor-in-chief of The Bulletin, editor of The Daily Telegraph, director of news and current affairs for the Nine Network and editorial director of Fairfax…
 
Welcome to The Weekend Booktopian, our weekly podcast to kick off your weekend! Our team will give you the low down on all things book news related, and turn you on to the books that we are reading right now!For our sixty-first episode Nick hosts Mark, Cassandra and special guest Nick Coveney from Rakuten Kobo as we discuss the 2021 Booker Prize sh…
 
Rachel E. Menzies completed her honours degree in psychology at the University of Sydney, taking out the Dick Thompson Thesis Prize for her work on the dread of death and its relationship to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Beginning in her undergraduate years, her work on fear of death and psychopathology has been published in Clinical Psychol…
 
Liane Moriarty is the Australian author of eight internationally bestselling novels, Three Wishes, The Last Anniversary, What Alice Forgot, The Hypnotist's Love Story and the number one New York Times bestsellers The Husband's Secret, Big Little Lies,Truly Madly Guilty and Nine Perfect Strangers. Her books have sold over twenty million copies world…
 
Welcome to The Weekend Booktopian, our weekly podcast to kick off your weekend! Our team will give you the low down on all things book news related, and turn you on to the books that we are reading right now!For our sixtieth episode Nick hosts Sam, Arthur and Lara as we discuss the Richell Prize, Banjo Prize, Women's Prize For Fiction and Australia…
 
Jay Kristoff grew up in the most isolated capital city on earth and fled at his earliest convenience. He worked "creative advertising" for eleven years and has won several awards that nobody outside the advertising industry gives a tinker's cuss about. He is 6'7, has approximately 13870 days to live, and can demand whiskey in almost a dozen Europea…
 
Booktopia’s CEO Tony Nash sits down with Jane and Campbell Macpherson, authors of You: Part Two. They discuss adapting yogic thinking to the page, debunking myths of retirement, and more.Books mentioned in this podcast:Jane and Campbell Macpherson - You - Part Two: https://bit.ly/37VgYsVHost: Tony NashGuest: Jane & Campbell MacphersonProducer: Nick…
 
Morris Gleitzman grew up in England and came to Australia when he was sixteen. After university he worked for ten years as a screenwriter. Then he had a wonderful experience. He wrote a novel for young people. Now, after 42 books, he’s one of Australia’s most popular authors. He was appointed the Australian Children’s Laureate for 2018–2019.Ahead o…
 
Lisa Millar is an Australian television news presenter and journalist. Millar is currently co-host of the ABC's breakfast program News Breakfast alongside Michael Rowland. She has previously been a foreign correspondent for ABC News based in London and Washington DC.With the release of 'Daring to Fly', Sarah and Stefania sat down with Lisa to discu…
 
Welcome to The Weekend Booktopian, our weekly podcast to kick off your weekend! Our team will give you the low down on all things book news related, and turn you on to the books that we are reading right now!For our fifty-ninth episode Olivia hosts Nick, Ben and Scott as we discuss rebranding of the Stella Prize. We then give you our latest round o…
 
Natasha Lester worked as a marketing executive before returning to university to study creative writing. She completed a Master of Creative Arts as well as her first novel, What Is Left Over, After, which won the T.A.G. Hungerford Award for Fiction. Her second novel, If I Should Lose You, was published in 2012, followed by A Kiss from Mr. Fitzgeral…
 
Booktopia’s CEO Tony Nash sits down with Margie Warrell, bestselling author of You've Got This!, Brave and Stop Playing Safe. They discuss taking steps outside your comfort zone, transforming your life experience, and more.Books mentioned in this podcast:Margie Warrell - You've Got This!: https://bit.ly/3miac8TMargie Warrell - Brave: https://bit.ly…
 
Ruth McIver recently completed her PhD in the field of true crime inspired fiction with Curtin University. Her first novel, Nothing Gold, was runner up in the inaugural Banjo Prize (2018) and was one of seven novels selected to be pitched at Bloody Scotland Crime Writing Festival (2014). Ruth's novel-in-verse, The Sunset Club (2014), is a DIY publi…
 
Welcome to The Weekend Booktopian, our weekly podcast to kick off your weekend! Our team will give you the low down on all things book news related, and turn you on to the books that we are reading right now!For our fifty-eighth episode Nick hosts Hannah, Olivia and special guest Dani from Words & Nerds as we discuss the Ned Kelly Awards and the WA…
 
Sarah Bailey is a Melbourne-based writer with a background in advertising and communications. She has two young children and is currently the Managing Partner of advertising agency VMLY&R in Melbourne. Over the past five years she has written a number of short stories and opinion pieces. Her first novel, the bestselling The Dark Lake, was published…
 
Booktopia’s CEO Tony Nash sits down with Mark Wales, former SAS trooper and author of Survivor. They discuss crafting his first novel, how war challenges moral values, taking lessons and moving forward, and more.Books mentioned in this podcast:Mark Wales - Survivor: https://bit.ly/2QGMdmuHost: Tony NashGuest: Mark WalesProducer: Nick Wasiliev…
 
Tobias Madden worked for ten years as a dancer, touring Australia and New Zealand with musicals such as Mary Poppins, CATS, Singin’ in the Rain and Guys and Dolls. He now lives in Sydney with his husband, Daniel, and their Cavoodle, Ollie. In 2019, Tobias edited and published Underdog: #LoveOzYA Short Stories, which featured his first published wor…
 
Sarah Andrews studied spatial sciences at university before working for a large engineering company in London. Finding strong links between her scientific studies and design, and has used that knowledge to inform her work on designing interiors. She now runs her styling and hosting school internationally – which has produced an enormous number of s…
 
Welcome to The Weekend Booktopian, our weekly podcast to kick off your weekend! Our team will give you the low down on all things book news related, and turn you on to the books that we are reading right now!For our fifty-seventh episode Olivia hosts Mark, Joel and Zia as we discuss the CBCA Winners, the new book from Marian Keyes, and more. We the…
 
Booktopia’s CEO Tony Nash sits down with Alison Hill, the co-author of Work From Anywhere. They discuss the psychology, methodology, and technology that makes hybrid teams excel, creating rhythms and rituals, and more.Books mentioned in this podcast:Alison Hill, Darren Hill - Work From Anywhere: https://bit.ly/2XhV5lzHost: Tony NashGuest: Alison Hi…
 
Welcome to The Weekend Booktopian, our weekly podcast to kick off your weekend! Our team will give you the low down on all things book news related, and turn you on to the books that we are reading right now!For our fifty-sixth episode Nick hosts Shanu, Hannah and Jo as we discuss the Time Magazine Top 100 YA Books list, the new collaboration betwe…
 
Booktopia’s CEO Tony Nash sits down with Alicia McKay, author of You Don't Need an MBA. They discuss looking for practical solutions to everyday challenges, knowing when to unlearn things, and more.Books mentioned in this podcast:Alicia McKay - You Don't Need an MBA: https://bit.ly/3zYTBdNHost: Tony NashGuest: Alicia McKayProducer: Nick Wasiliev…
 
Tilly Lawless is a queer, Sydney-based sex worker who utilises her online platform to speak about her personal experiences within the sex industry, in an attempt to shine a light on the every day stigma that sex workers come up against. Growing up in rural NSW, her writing is often a bucolic love letter to the countryside that she comes from, and a…
 
Brandon Jack is a journalist and former professional Australian rules footballer who played for the Sydney Swans in the Australian Football League. He is now a musician and writer, with 28, A memoir of football, addiction, art, masculinity and love being his debut creative project.With the release of '28', Nick sat down with Brandon to discuss the …
 
Welcome to The Weekend Booktopian, our weekly podcast to kick off your weekend! Our team will give you the low down on all things book news related, and turn you on to the books that we are reading right now!For our fifty-fifth episode Olivia hosts Sarah, Lara and Eden, as we discuss the latest selection of Reese's Book Club, as well as the latest …
 
Ross Coulthart is an investigative journalist, most recently for Australian news and current affairs program 60 Minutes on Channel Nine. He was previously chief investigations reporter for the Sunday Night news program. He has won five prestigious Walkley journalism awards, a Logie, a Gold Medal at the New York Film Festival, and is also the co-aut…
 
Booktopia’s CEO Tony Nash sits down with Dan Haesler, author of The Act of Leadership. They discuss writing during lockdowns and clearing schedules, not committing to anything until you know it works, and more.Books mentioned in this podcast:Dan Haesler - The Act of Leadership: https://bit.ly/3A2zBXYHost: Tony NashGuest: Dan HaeslerProducer: Nick W…
 
Charlotte McConaghy is an Australian author living in Sydney. She has a Masters Degree in Screenwriting from the Australian Film Television and Radio School, and a number of published SFF works in Australia. Her novel MIGRATIONS was translated into over 20 languages, and adapted to film.Ahead of the release of 'Once There Were Wolves', Olivia and B…
 
Welcome to The Weekend Booktopian, our weekly podcast to kick off your weekend! Our team will give you the low down on all things book news related, and turn you on to the books that we are reading right now!For our fifty-fourth episode Nick hosts Mark, Thomas and special guest Nick from Rakuten Kobo, as we discuss the 2021 Booker Prize longlist. W…
 
Sophie Green is an author and publisher who lives in Sydney. She has written several fiction and non-fiction books, some under other names. In her spare time she writes about country music on her blog, Sunburnt Country Music. She has been practising yoga since 1993 and teaching since 2002. Sophie's debut novel, The Inaugural Meeting of The Fairvale…
 
Booktopia’s CEO Tony Nash sits down with Tina Tower, author of Million Dollar Micro Business. They discuss doing something for yourself, how to turn ideas you’ve been sitting on for years into realty, and more.Books mentioned in this podcast:Tina Tower - Million Dollar Micro Business: https://bit.ly/36rP8UpHost: Tony NashGuest: Tina TowerProducer: …
 
Danielle Binks is a Melbourne-based writer and literary agent with Jacinta di Mase Management. In 2017, she edited and contributed to Begin, End, Begin, an anthology of new Australian young adult writing inspired by the #LoveOzYA movement, which won the ABIA Book of the Year for Older Children (Ages 13+). The Year the Maps Changed, Danielle’s debut…
 
Hannah Bent was born and raised in Hong Kong. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art Film and Photography from Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design in London. She undertook Post Graduate study in both Directing and Screenwriting at the Australian Film Television and Radio School and has a Masters in Creative Writing from the Unive…
 
Welcome to The Weekend Booktopian, our weekly podcast to kick off your weekend! Our team will give you the low down on all things book news related, and turn you on to the books that we are reading right now!For our fifty-third episode Olivia hosts Hannah, Zia and Eden as they discuss Nardi Simpson winning the ALS Gold Medal, the sequel to The Mini…
 
Kyle Perry is a drug and alcohol counsellor based in Hobart, Tasmania. He has grown up around the Tasmanian bush and seas, with the landscape a key feature of his writing and his spare time. He loves the sea, and his entire leg is covered in ocean tattoos. His debut novel, The Bluffs, has been translated into five languages. It was shortlisted for …
 
Booktopia’s CEO Tony Nash sits down with Shannah Kennedy, life coach and bestselling author. They discuss her new book Plan B, being caught off guard by success, how people adapt to change, slowing overreactions down and taking a breath, and more.Books mentioned in this podcast:Shannah Kennedy - Plan B: https://bit.ly/3xzmrR3Host: Tony NashGuest: S…
 
Welcome to The Weekend Booktopian, our weekly podcast to kick off your weekend! Our team will give you the low down on all things book news related, and turn you on to the books that we are reading right now!For our fifty-second episode Olivia hosts Ben, Nick and Scott as we discuss the winner of the 2021 Miles Franklin Award. We then give you our …
 
Booktopia’s CEO Tony Nash sits down with Holly Ransom, expert in disruption and future leadership, and author of The Leading Edge. They discuss talking to the emerging set of leaders, engaging and speaking to younger audiences, and more. Books mentioned in this podcast:Holly Ransom - The Leading Edge: https://bit.ly/3dsUORKHost: Tony NashGuest: Hol…
 
Welcome to The Weekend Booktopian, our weekly podcast to kick off your weekend! Our team will give you the low down on all things book news related, and turn you on to the books that we are reading right now!For our fifty-first episode Nick hosts Olivia, Amy and special guest Dani Vee from the Words & Nerds podcast as they discuss the latest book a…
 
Bridie Jabour is the opinion editor at Guardian Australia. She has previously worked as a journalist for NewsCorp and Fairfax, where she has reported on social affairs, politics and regional issues. She has worked in the Canberra press gallery and was a reporter for Brisbane Times after starting her career at the Gold Coast Bulletin in Queensland. …
 
Booktopia’s CEO Tony Nash sits down with Fred Schebesta, Founder of Finder and author of Go Live! They discuss creating good ideas in business, carving niches out for yourself, and more.Books mentioned in this podcast:Fred Schebesta - Go Live!: https://bit.ly/3jNyAxUHost: Tony NashGuest: Fred SchebestaProducer: Nick Wasiliev…
 
John Byron grew up in Sydney where he went to medical school for a time before leaving in the interest of the public safety. He has worked as a barman, a factory hand, a help desk operator and a federal political adviser. He now lives in Melbourne and works in the university sector. His writing has appeared in The Australian, Meanjin, The Australia…
 
Welcome to The Weekend Booktopian, our weekly podcast to kick off your weekend! Our team will give you the low down on all things book news related, and turn you on to the books that we are reading right now!For our fiftieth episode Olivia hosts Sarah, Shanu and Cassandra as they discuss the latest round of book prize announcements, the dates of th…
 
Ahead of the announcement of the winner of the 2021 Miles Franklin Award in July, Nick goes through the shortlisted books and sits down with Daniel Davis Wood to discuss his book At The Edge of The Solid World, and what it was like making the shortlist. The 2021 Miles Frankin Shortlist: https://bit.ly/3wtN6OJThe Weekend Booktopian - 18th June 2021:…
 
Booktopia’s CEO Tony Nash sits down with Ian Whitworth, author of Undisruptable. They discuss taking the jump from employee to owning your own business, famous rockstar stories, and more.Books mentioned in this podcast:Ian Whitworth - Undisruptable: https://bit.ly/3ho2qX7Host: Tony NashGuest: Ian WhitworthProducer: Nick Wasiliev…
 
Dr. Norman Swan was one of the first medically qualified journalists in Australia, with a broadcast career spanning more than 30 years. He currently hosts Radio National's The Health Report and co-hosts Coronacast. He also reports on 7.30 and is a guest reporter on Four Corners; appears on The Drum and is an occasional host of Radio National Breakf…
 
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