Kate Veitch

About Kate Veitch: Media Interviews

 

The WELL: a deep discussion

Read this fascinating, fast-flowing conversation about Trust between Kate and some very insightful readers in the author interview forum on The WELL.

August 14, 2010

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Interview on Seattle's King5 TV's New Day show

July 19, 2010

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Author Online

Thanks to Bill Kenower for this video interview with Kate Veitch, recorded at Third Place Books in Seattle, August 2008.

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Delving into family secrets

“Families are the most fascinating things to me,” Kate says. “Families are what draw you in and drive you away. They are what form you and also what you form. And they're also absolutely universal, at the core of every person's experience.”

By Carlene Ellwood

Sunday Tasmanian, May 9, 2010

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“Having spent six years roaming the world, gypsy-like Australian author Kate Veitch has seen many ‘new and beautiful’ things.”

By Carol George

Penguin Australia

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Q&A with Kate Veitch

By Lucy Clark

The Sunday Telegraph, May 30, 2010

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Authors on Tour Live

Kate's Reading at Tattered Cover Book Store,

Denver CO, August 18

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Kate with her brother MichaelScribbling siblings maintain family tradition

An interview with Kate and her brother Michael whose first books were published in the same month.

By Frances Atkinson

The Age, July 29, 2006

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When words never fail

An interview with Kate and Michael

By Karen Hardy

Canberra Times, September 2, 2006

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New beginnings

By Carol George

Australian Women's Weekly, September 2006

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When lies can bind

By Christopher Bantick

Adelaide Advertiser, September 16, 2006

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As the title implies, Trust is about various loyalties and betrayals, “none that unusual” 'Kate says, “yet they change lives. I've trusted people and had that trust betrayed; I've had sexual betrayals and I've betrayed people sexually – but the betrayals that hurt can be surprising. Like when a girlfriend abandons you when she finds a new man – not the stuff of grand opera yet it's tremendously painful.”

 

By Carol George

Penguin Australia

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