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This is the story of what might have happened if an escaped Japanese prisoner was sheltered by Aborigines during World War 2
This novel, like Grisham’s many others, gives valuable insights into aspects of the legal system.
A new study shows that half of Australian teens read for pleasure, and more than half hold a valid library card.
While it may be a love letter, this is also an essay about memory and its unreliability.
Pung successfully embarks on an insightful interrogation of the themes that pervade Marsden's work.
If you are a lover of words, a spotter of dangling modifiers, a proofreader extraordinaire, maybe the editor’s life is for you.
If we want good arts journalism it may just be up to us as content consumers, not because of cuts and a devaluing by the media giants.
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From literary leaders and conductors to opera and Broadway directors, new appointments at the top were announced this week.
221 projects have been supported financially to the tune of $6.1 million, with 35% first-time applicants.
In the age of the globalisation of everything – and the privatisation of everything else – libraries can and must change.
It is not possible to cover Australian history in seven questions. Inevitably a work that tries to do so must fail.
Learning lessons of history can surely be seen as a pressing necessity.
Terra Nullius is an exquisite parable about the European invasion of Australia.
Mental health and wellbeing in the arts have gained traction as topics for discussion, but is action being taken as seriously as the conversation?
Burnside explains, with clarity and passion, how the Australian legal system works.
Amid industry turmoil, newspaper cartooning is increasingly becoming a niche activity.
Writer quits and pens an angry screed about the state of arts criticism: it's a familiar story, but does the latest example say more about the industry than the individuals involved?
A novel about a team of counter-terrorist experts desperately trying to prevent a major disaster in Sydney.
Caleb is quixotic, obstinate, resilient, tough and too honest for his own good.
By being open to what’s possible, writing becomes a process of discovery, says playwright Andrew Bovell.
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