Uni-Verse Podcast

Uni-Verse Podcast

11. December 2019 The Black Snowflake

The Black Snowflake

Did you ever feel like you were different from everybody else? "The Black Snowflake" is a touching fairytale about what it means to belong, written by our very own Evangelista Sie and James Baillie! Join Skadi on her adventure in the land of frost and meet the black snowflake, Atar, who would give everything to become a proper snowflake – and almost loses everything in the process.

An Outcast's Christmas

Three outcasts trapped together on Christmas Eve struggle to solve a Christmas murder. Featuring a young girl’s diary, whiskey, and a Christmas pop single.

Interview with Naana

Livia and Leo complete their two-part interview series with the top two contestants of this year's Uni-Verse Poetry Slam by talking to the winner, Naana, about changing locations, formative experiences and putting your work out there.

Interview with Anna

Livia and Leo sit down with Anna, who came in second place at the Uni-Verse's first-ever poetry slam to talk poetry slamming, political writing and performing.

Interview with Amadea

Charlotte and Leo sit down for a chat with Amadea, the Uni-Verse's social media manager to talk Facebook posts, writing tasks and writing as a job.

Interview with Kevin Potter

Charlotte and Leo had the opportunity to interview Kevin Potter, lecturer at the Department of English and American Studies at the University of Vienna about his work.

Interview with Ricarda

As new members join the Uni-Verse, we get to interview new people! This time Ricarda joined us on the podcast and brought a wonderful poem about teeth!

Field Report from the Poetry Picnic

Charlotte and Leo chatted to the attendees of the poetry picnic held by Uni-Verse at the English Department of the University of Vienna.

Growing as Writers

Carrie, Philipp and Leo sit down to look back on what they've learned, what has helped them improve and what's difficult about change.

Interview with Keith Gray: II

Leo and Charlotte interview English childrens' and young adult book author Keith Gray about being a writer, writing for kids and the importance of reading as entertainment.