Freya Latona

Freya Latona is a Byron Bay raised, now Sydney based writer. She is represented by Curtis Brown literary agency, and has a PhD in creative writing. Her memoir about grief was recently shortlisted for the Finch Memoir Prize 2017. She lives in a tiny workers’ cottage with her fella and two rescue pups.

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Healing Women, Healing the Earth: An interview with Jane Hardwicke Collings

CultureFreya Latona chats with women's mysteries teacher and founder of the school of sharmanic womencraft, Jane Hardwicke-Collings.

Awakening the Activist: Right Here, Right Now

CultureWriter Freya Latona on what it means to be an environmental activist, right here, right now.

Life Lessons: Florist Melanie Stapleton

PeopleA chat about life, family and flowers with the founder of Melbourne florist, Cecilia Fox.

A Life Without Bugs is no Life at all

CultureA chat with an etomologist about all things insects - their decline, importance, and how to help.

City of Trees: a Chat with Sophie Cunningham

PeopleFreya Latona chats with author Sophie Cunningham about her new book, City of Trees.

The Past, the Present and the Garden

CultureFreya Latona explores the role of nostalgia in garden making.

Whose Tree is it Anyway?

CultureOn trees and humans co-existing in urban areas. And an elegy.

The Last Glimpse of Garden: Landscapes and Death

CultureOn seeing plants as partners on the wheel of life and death.

Seeing the Jungle for the Trees

CultureIs it time we changed the way we depict jungles, from places of fear to reverence?

Writing and Wombating: a Chat with Jackie French

PeopleFreya Latona catches up with the beloved Australian author, ecologist and gardener.

A Love Letter to My Neighbour’s Ugly Garden

GardensFreya Latona's neighbour has a beautifully ugly garden.

Erin Lovell Verinder’s passion for plants that heal

PeopleErin Lovell Verinder is a plant-obsessed herbalist, nutritionist, energetic healer and wellness writer.

Sexologist Juliet Allen on Lust and Nature

PeopleFreya Latona chats with sexologist Juliet Allen about the relationship between lust and nature

Inga Simpson is a Writer and Woman of the Trees

PeopleFreya Latona chats with Inga Simpson about her latest book, Understory.

Abandon Floral Foam. NOW!

Culture#nofloralfoam. Get on board.

Landscape is Destiny: A Chat about Home with Author Holly Ringland

CultureWe chat to the author of 'The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart' about home and landscape.

A Home Among the Gum Trees: the Pull of the Treechange

CultureFreya Latona muses on our innate desire to find home amongst nature.

Angus Stewart on Attracting Native Animals to the Garden

GardensA chat with the boss man of Australian native plants about creating habitat gardens.