You Daughters of Freedom, written by Clare Wright and read by the author, 17 hours 50 mins, (15 CDs), produced by Bolinda Audio, released 28 April 2019. Available on Audible, Amazon, GooglePlay etc.





“This ‘Penis Lie-Detector’ helped doctors conduct gay aversion therapy”, ABC Online (with Farz Edraki), 1 February 2019



Media & Appearances


In Daily, “Rage, Rape and Revolution at Adelaide Writers' Week”, Heather Taylor Johnson, 7 March 2o019 (Adelaide Festival)

Australian Policy and History, “A Conversation with Clare Wright”, 12 March 2019

Clare Wright in conversation with Rebecca Traister (Good and Mad) at The Wheeler Center, 23 April 2019

Clare Wright for MyLaTrobe, “Three Australian women who made history you should know about,”

“La Trobe historian Dr Clare Wright on why your vote counts,”

Suffragettes, referenda and sausages: the history of democracy in Australia with Clare Wright, Annabel Crabb, and Judith Brett, recorded 2 May 2019 Sydney Writers Festival

Feminism, yes. But what kind of feminism? Panel with Clementine Ford, Teela Reid, and Petra Bueskens moderated by Clare Wright, 11 June 2019





ABC Canberra, Summer afternoons (national reach), 18 January 2019 (Edith Cowan)

ABC Nightlife, “The Local: the history of the pub”, 30 January 2019 (pubs)

ABC - Conversations, “the marvelous Miss Matters”, 18 February 2019

ABC - A Melbourne Postcard by Dr Clare Wright, 31 May 2019





The Book Pod, Episode 10, You Daughters of Freedom, 1 February 2019

Clare Wright at the Sydney Institute, “Crafting the Nation: The Story of a Banner, a Bicentennial and a Berth in the Big House of Australian Democracy”, 21 February 2019

The Girls Invent Podcast, Episode 1, 13 April 2019

Better Words podcast, “Women make history with Clare Wright,” 14 May 2019



Past Publications & Appearances


“I'll have what she's having: How Australia inspired the world on votes for women”, The Age/SMH, 24 October 2018

More than a century on, the battle fought by Australia’s suffragists is yet to be won, The Conversation, 26 October 2018

Best Books of 2018, The Age/SMH, 8 December 2018

2018 Public lectures & keynotes

Bright Visions gala fundraising event, State Library of Victoria, 31 May 2018

Dymphna Clark Lecture, Australian National University, 17 October 2018 (Broadcast on ABC Radio National Big Ideas, 6 November)

South Australian History Trust, Drill Hall, Adelaide, 29 October 2018

Eureka Democracy Awards, Amora Hotel, Melbourne, 23 November 2018

Copyright Agency Limited Annual Showcase, Primus Hotel, Sydney, 28 November 2018

Peter Tobin Oration, Eureka Centre, Ballarat, 3 December

2018 Literary Panels

In Conversation with Sally Warhaft, Readings, Melbourne, 1 October 2018

In Conversation with Caroline Overington, Gleebooks, Sydney, 16 October 2018

In Conversation with Michael Brissenden, Muse, Canberra, 7 November 2018

In Conversation with Natasha Cica, Nth Fitzroy Library, 11 November 2018

In Conversation with Robyn Annear, Ballarat Library, 12 November 2018

In Conversation with Bri Lee, Avid Reader, Brisbane, 13 November 2018

In Conversation with Gillian Triggs, Eltham Bookshop, Melbourne, 19 November 2018 (Chair)

In Conversation with Corrie Perkin, My Bookshop, Melbourne, 20 November 2018

2018 Interviews for radio

ABC Melbourne, 8 March (IWD)

ABC Ballarat, 14 August (Forgotten Rebels book to screen)

ABC Melbourne, The Conversation Hour, 4 July (co-host)

ABC Melbourne, Evenings, 22 October (suffrage)

RTRFM92.1, Perth, 26 October (suffrage)

ABC Radio National, Late Night Live, 2 October (suffrage)

ABC Radio National, Saturday Extra, 20 October (#metoo)

ABC Melbourne, The Conversation Hour, 1 October (co-host)

ABC Sydney, Drive with Richard Glover, 4 October (suffrage)

2018 Interviews for screen documentaries

Who Do You Think You Are? (US version), interview recorded 4 March 2018.

Governor of Victoria, the role of the Governor and Government House,

2018 Other media (select)

Podcast interview, Glam City,

Podcast interview, The Final Draft,

SBS Radio interview (Eureka):

Five Minutes with…, HerCanberra, 6 November 2018