Magpie Pictures have secured the rights to Mireille Juchau’s award winning The World Without Us, and is adapting the novel into a 6x one-hour drama series THE HIVE. Angela Betzien, one of Australia’s most exciting emerging screenwriters (TOTAL CONTROL and best known for her work in theatre) will be lead writer working with multi-award-winning writer Blake Ayshford (FIGHTING […]
Mireille has won the 2020 Walkley-Pascall Prize for Arts Criticism for her New Yorker article How Dreams Change Under Authoritarianism and her literary criticism for The Monthly.
Mireille mentors writers and does manuscript assessments through the following programs, and privately: Faber Academy Author to Author Program, Kill Your Darlings and the NSW Writers Centre
Talking with Phillip Adams about German writer Charlotte Beradt’s extraordinary work on dreams under Hitler, The Third Reich of Dreams on ABC Radio National Late Night Live
Talking with Kate Evans and Cassie McCullagh about Jenny Offill’s Weather on ABC Radio National’s Bookshelf
Mireille on Rachel Cusk’s Kudos, Maria Tumarkin’s Axiomatic and more with Kate Evans and Cassie McCullagh on ABC Radio National’s Bookshelf
Mireille on Jenny Erpenbeck’s Go Went Gone on ABC Radio National’s Bookshelf
Mireille talks about her essay on Holocaust memory and ritual on ABC Radio National’s Conversations. ‘The Most Holy Object in the House’ was listed in the international Notting Hill Press Essay Prize 2015 and published in Best Australian Essays 2016, Tablet Magazine and Island Magazine 2016.
Mireille has been appointed writer in residence at University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre for 2017-2018 to research a new work on epigenetics and doubling.