Short & Snappy with Amy Lin

DESCRIBE YOUR DREAMS.

Lysergic.

WHAT’S SOMETHING ON YOUR BUCKET LIST?

Teach overseas.

FAVOURITE MOVIE?

Little Miss Sunshine.

BEST GIFT YOU’VE EVER RECEIVED?

Journal.

DESCRIBE YOUR HANDWRITING.

Scrawl.

IN TEN YEARS, WHAT WILL YOU BE NOSTALGIC FOR?

Time.

FAVOURITE WORD?

Silhouette.

WHAT’S THE BEST SHORT STORY YOU’VE EVER READ?

One of Susan Midalia’s – the one about the couple who can’t have children.

WHAT FICTIONAL PLACE WOULD YOU MOST LIKE TO VISIT?

Narnia.

MORNING OR NIGHT?

Morning.

WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE THING ABOUT HOME?

The people.

WHAT’S THE LAST ADVENTURE YOU WENT ON?

Trip to Burma.

WHERE’S THE FIRST PLACE YOU LOOK FOR INSPIRATION?

Books.

IS CEREAL SOUP?

No.

WHAT’S THE CLOSEST THING TO MAGIC?

Good writing.


Amy Lin (nee Hilhorst) is a Perth writer who has recently completed her PhD on mental illness in Australian poetry. She has published poems, essays, interviews and reviews in Westerly, Cordite, Social Alternatives, Verity La and Axon.

You can find Amy’s sessions here.

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