About This Show
Inspired by flash fiction and the narrative non-fiction form, Memoria is a show which explores slices of life; moments in time that have transformed people and shaped who they have become. Whether it was the moment leaving a destructive relationship or the joy of discovering the taste of Wizz Fizz sugar packets, these 400-word snapshots will be adapted into audio stories with actors, music, and sound.
Hosted by Nat V with illustrations by Peta Manning.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
S2EP06 - 13 August 2018 - Why You Should Care about Catalonia
3 days ago
‘I have not run from the POLICE for over 40 YEARS. But I know HOW to’
Those are my FATHER’s words. It’s the 1ST of October 2017
He is ready to VOTE for a NON-BINDING referendum
I am on the PHONE to him and I CAN’T breathe
Why You Should Care About Catalonia by Silvia Brown
On 1st October, before police used violence against voters in a non-binding referendum, I was on the phone to my father, when he said to me: 'I haven't run from the police in over 40 years but I know how to'
My piece is a speech created for RMIT PWE course. My motivation is to stir people's consciences.
Silvia Brown is a creative writer who calls Australia home. Her dark fiction stories are available in different anthologies on Amazon and she is a contributor writer for GoMovieReviews.
You can find Silvia on Twitter.
Memoria is written, produced, edited and presented by Nat V.
Silvia Brown's short story, Why You Should Care About Catalonia is written and read by Silvia. The story is edited by Jen Farrow.
Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions, "Outside the Terminal" and "Shifts of Currents".
Illustrations by Peta Manning. Her book, See Me Doodle, is out now.
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