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Susannah Fullerton: Author - 'All my work is concerned with dead writers, mostly British ones.'
IDENTITYTHEORY.COM: Grandpa bought the place for cheap back in the sixties, a Communist blessing. Grandpa did good for high-ranking Reds.
The first chapter of Tim Winton’s new novel, Breath - Penguin Books - is one of the most stunning opening scenes to a story I have ever read.
Join leading Australian and International keynote speakers and colleagues at RAISE YOUR VOICE: Fourth National Public Galleries Summit, 9-11 September 2009 Townsville, north Queensland.
The Emerging Writers’ Festival took place from May 22 to 31 in Melbourne, and I spoke at the Town Hall on a panel entitled ‘I can say yes, but in the end it will be no’ about issues of collaboration and ownership.
THE VANCOUVER SUN: Back in the 1960s, like a lot of other young people, I packed up a knapsack and took to the open road, hoping to get from Montreal to Vancouver fuelled by nothing more than a few dollars, relentless optimism and a hitch-hiker's thumb.
HERALD.ie: Man Gone Down by author Michael Thomas has scooped the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award.
The Adelaide Festival awards for literature were introduced by the Government of South Australia in 1986. The awards celebrate Australia's writing culture by offering national and State-based literary awards, as well as two fellowships for South Australian writers.
$38,000 for young artists to spread their wings.
From the time he was 11 years old - before he found his true path in life - Scott McLennan watched hundreds of forgotten pop songs in the middle of the night.
Gareth Bryant living his dream career.
When asked how he became an editor, Adam Baidawi said...
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: The star of Company B's acclaimed play Ruben Guthrie has hit out at the decision to replace four of the original cast members.
Five of Brisbane’s freshest literary talent will enjoy the rare opportunity to be published alongside famous authors in the Brisbane 150 edition of One Book Many Brisbanes to be launched on 24 June.
The City of Melbourne and Melbourne Library Service are calling on budding writers to enter the 2009 Lord Mayor’s Creative Writing Awards, a new competition designed to harness and encourage the literary talent of aspiring authors.
When ancient Rome set a priority to send the navy to Egypt to bring dazzlingly white sand for the Coliseum arena, rather than wheat to make bread, historians identified a first presage of imminent decay. This anecdote of the decline of the Roman Empire might seem a stretch but the “Blockbuster” art exhibition – at face value a seemingly modern hybrid of art and entertainment spectacle – has been d
THE KOREA TIMES: Poetry may seem a little irrelevant to a fast-changing and materialistic society. But Korean-American poet Choi Yearn-hong based in Washington strongly believes that writing about events happening around us relieves pain and produces comfort.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: It’s only a few weeks before the Fourth of July, the time of year that the thinking person — or at least the type of thinking person who likes to hear things go whoosh and ka-blam — begins to consider how best to spend the holiday.
THE AUSTRALIAN: IT pays to be careful in conversation with novelists. They have a very particular relationship with truth.
THE COPENHAGEN POST: Two sculptures will attempt to fill the void left by Copenhagen’s most famous tourist attraction
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