The Conversations with Creative Women: Pocket Edition series contain exclusive interviews with some of Australia’s most talented female creatives from industries as varied as ceramics, interior design, styling, photography, illustration, filmmaking, furniture, and book design.
Following the success of three Conversations with Creative Women paperbacks (all now out-of-print), these pocket- sized versions of each volume contain full interviews with each interviewee from the original books. Offering valuable tips for entering or sustaining a career in various creative fields while providing insight into the real-life struggles, challenges, and the minutiae of creative practice.
Conversations with Creative Women: Pocket Editions are a must-have resource for anyone interested in the stories and experiences of women in creative business.
Independently published and printed in Australia on beautiful uncoated, environmentally friendly paper.
Format: Paperback, 100 Pages
Dimensions: 13cm x 20cm
Author: Tess McCabe
Publisher: Creative Minds Publishing
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