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For a full Media Kit, click here.

Booktopia Q&A - 6 July 2022

BayFM - Arts Canvass with Karena Wynn-Moylan - 28  July 2022

Bronwyn - interviewBayFM - Arts Canvass
00:00 / 08:32

The Age/Sydney Morning Herald Review - 12 August 2022, by Cameron Woodhead

'Three books we've read and loved recently' - 11 August 2022, WellRead Journal

BayFM - Live Radio Interview about Byron Writers Festival - 25 August 2022

Bay FMBronwyn Birdsall - Bay FM - Byron Writers Festival
00:00 / 08:56

SBS Bosnian interview - radio interview in Bosnian with Aisa Hadziahmetovic - August 2022

Book Review - Cass Moriarty - September 2022

'What We're Reading' - Writing NSW - August 2022

Paradiso Magazine - Page 36 - November 2022

Radio National - Big Ideas - Broadcast of panel from Byron Writers Festival - November 2022

'Hope may be in short supply in a world divided by conflict. So what is the alternative?' - ABC - December 2022, By Antony Funnell and Karin Zsivanovits

Podcast Interviews:

'SBS Bosnian Podcast' - August 2022

'ReadA Book Podcast' - November 2022


Liverpool Library - Author Event presented by Bosnian Ethnic School & Amir Sahinovic, the Honorary Consul of Bosnia and Herzegovina (NSW)

Saturday October 29, 1.30pm

All details & RSVP: here

Sydney Book Launch - Gleebooks 

Sunday September 4, at 2.30pm for 3pm

RSVPs essential here

Byron Writers Festival 2022


Reaching Across the Generation Gap (Saturday 27 Aug, 1.45pm)

Hope in a Conflicted World (Sunday 28 Aug, 12.45pm)

Get tickets here.

Time and Tide in Sarajevo hooked me from page one. Bronwyn Birdsall has written a triumph of a book – a tender, careful, beautiful love letter to a city and its people that grapples with belonging and the possibility of repair. I couldn’t put this page-turner down!’

Sarah Sentilles, author of Draw Your Weapons and Stranger Care

‘A vivid and compelling novel that goes right to the beating heart of modern-day Sarajevo.’

Marele Day, author of Lambs of God

‘A fine thread of tension and mystery binds this beautiful, gentle story. Time and Tide in Sarajevo is both fascinating and touching, encompassing lovely details of life in Sarajevo.’

Mirandi Riwoe, author of Stone Sky Gold Mountain

'In Time and Tide in Sarajevo, Bronwyn Birdsall constructs an intricate world, where old pain and contemporary frustration ignite and hope and despair are tightly woven. A tinderbox of a novel. Finely-crafted and absorbing.’

Jessie Cole, author of Staying and Desire

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