Meet novelist, producer, editor and director, Posie Graeme-Evans, an amazing woman who my research tells me is ‘one of the most diverse and dynamic forces in Australian television and Film’. I’m chatting with Posie today because of Pickets Hut, renovated by Posie and husband Andrew and now known as the Writer’s House. As far as living the creative dream goes, Posie has made it happen; the duo live on 80 hectares on the edge of some of Australia’s most spectacular wilderness in southern Tasmania, and she loves nothing more than solitude and ‘being attuned to quiet and unpeopled landscapes’. And according to Posie, the cold winters that Tasmania is renowned for are perfect for a writer. The author is up to book number seven, which has stalled for the moment while Posie and her husband concentrate on their accommodation business, including the Writer’s House and Helmsman’s House, at Frenchman’s River. If you want to learn more about living a creative life filled with the simple pleasures of sunrises, sunsets and chooks, you can visit Posie’s website here and Frenchman’s River to find out more about the Writer’s House here. Be prepared for some spectacular photographs.
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