Adam and Davita are joined by the wonderful author Kate Hall. Kate is currently working on a dystopian novel around xenotransplantation. She provides a powerful critique of the practice of using animal-to-human transplants. She also introduces us to her protagonist Mouse by reading a few vivid excerpts from her novel in progress.
Kate's published novel
Kate Hazel Hall - From Darkness: https://www.katehazelhall.com/books
Kate's recommendations for animal focused books:
Laura Jean McKay - The Animals in That Country
Eva Hornung - Dog Boy
Karen Joy Fowler - We're All Completely Besides Ourselves
Merlinda Bobis - Locust Girl
Danielle Celermajer - Summertime
Kangaroo tendons for human knees and ankles: https://www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2018/08/14/can-skippy-disrup...
Radio interview ABC Illawara by Lindsay McDougall: https://www.allegraorthopaedics.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Lindsay-M...
Pink Floyd 'On the Turning Away' https://open.spotify.com/album/4xODvcpjOOgu4oKWL0sCte
Emily Wurramara 'Yimenda-Papaguneray (The Turtle Song)' https://emilywurramara.bandcamp.com/album/milyakburra
The Freedom of Species Team