It was a pleasure to chat to Kier Shorey on ABC Far North radio about the series. You can listen to the interview below, or click here to visit the SoundCloud page: https://soundcloud.com/abcfarnorth/the-fethafoot-chronicles
When I first came across the VFA site I read these blurbs, which made me feel right at home. “First purpose of fiction: Visionary fiction authors have one of the hardest jobs as writers—to both entertain their readers and to introduce them to new metaphysical topics, which the readers may have never been exposed to before. The most successful authors, of any type of fiction, understand that the first purpose of their book must always be to entertain.”
“Visionary Fiction embraces spiritual and esoteric wisdom, often from ancient sources, and makes it relevant for our modern life. Gems of this spiritual wisdom are brought forth in story form so that readers can experience the wisdom from within themselves.”
“Visionary fiction emphasizes the future and envisions humanity’s transition into evolved consciousness. While there is a strong theme, it in no way proselytizes or preaches. Visionary is a tone as well as a genre. The ‘visionary’ element can technically be present in any genre and set in any time. So in short, the emphasis is on our limitless human potential, where transformation and evolution are entirely possible.”
Then, there are the free Author benefits:
- Your site will be listed in our VF author database.
- You have the opportunity to guest post on the VFA site to promote yourself.
- You can announce giveaways in the VFA authors section and, you will be given priority for an interview.
Finally, as founding member, Jodine Turner says about VFA on the site: “Visionary Fiction speaks the language of the soul. It offers a vision of humanity as we dream it could be.” (To this author, that’s a fantastic reason to write stories).
Visit the Visionary Fiction Alliance’s website here: http://visionaryfictionalliance.com/
Bumma Bippera Media 98.7FM is the first and only indigenous radio service in Cairns. Recently Pemulwuy Weeatunga dropped into the studio for a chat about all things Fethafoot!
Have a listen to the interview below: