Fury has received a great deal of attention in Australia and the UK.
Kathryn spoke about Fury on BBC Radio 4 Saturday Live (interview starts at 44:48).
Jenny Valentish profiled Kathryn in The Guardian: Kathryn Heyman on writing her ‘white hot’ memoir – and finding refuge on the Timor Sea.
The Weekend Australian magazine ran an excerpt of Fury (paywalled).
The Good Reading podcast’s Gregory Dobbs hosted a conversation with Kathryn.
Kathryn spoke with Harriet Minter for her Badass Women’s Hour.
Kathryn shared her story with Hilary Harper on ABC Radio National Life Matters, 20 May 2021.
Sarah Kanowski interviewed Kathryn for ABC Radio National Conversations, 21 May 2021.
Kathryn Heyman writes in The Weekend Australian about the ocean. But it’s really about the slow process of letting go, as a parent. And possibly as a person.
The Guardian on Storm and Grace for their February round up
Louise Swinn of the Sydney Morning Herald reviews Storm and Grace.
Kathryn writes in Good Weekend about the dangers of ’empty charm’ and why she keeps her father’s stockwhip.
Kathryn speaks to ABC Nightlife about Storm and Grace.
Kathryn writes about the freedom of the sea in the Sydney Morning Herald.
Caro Baum writes that Kathryn Heyman tests herself in deep waters for her novel Storm and Grace.
Read The Saturday Paper’s rapturous review of Storm and Grace
In the Sydney Morning Herald Kathryn Heyman recalls the first time her body knew bliss
Sydney Morning Herald interview about Floodline
ABC Book Club interview with Kathryn about Floodline
Interview on ABC Radio National about Floodline
Culture Street interview about Floodline
Interview on teaching, with Shelf Life, for TVS
Interview with Kathryn Heyman from Shelf Life
Interview with Kathryn Heyman from Radio National’s The Book Show.