Open Page with Kerryn Goldsworthy

Kerryn Goldsworthy

Why do you write?

Because I’m a compulsive communicator. I also like structure and making things, so making sentences out of words and paragraphs out of sentences seems the obvious way of making sense of the world.

Are you a vivid dreamer?

Occasionally. I have ludicrous erotic dreams about dreadfully inappropriate people. I also dream about crashing the car. I hope these two things are not connected.

Where are you happiest?

Tuscany for joyfulness, Scotland for deep-seated ancestral at-homeness, and certain very specific places in the South Australian countryside for feeling at peace in my bones.

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