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BOOK REVIEW: what better way to learn the ins-and-outs of the movie making process than from the comfort of your own couch? With Richard Pepperman’s 'Film School – How to Watch DVDs and Learn Everything about Filmmaking', you can do just that and it’s a hell of a lot cheaper than a filmmaking course.
BOOK REVIEW: You’ve just finished your design course and the world beyond the university walls is calling. You’ve got good marks and good recommendations - now it’s time to get a job.
BOOK REVIEW: Alana Valentine’s 'Shafana and Aunt Sarrinah', published by Currency Press, is one step towards offering a better glimpse of how Muslims, women in particular, explore their own identities in relation to their faith and life here in Australia.
TASCHEN PUBLISHING: Is Street Art mere vandalism or cutting edge urban art? Does social activism have a place among ‘high art’ or is it guerrilla warfare on the art world?
BOOKS: Originally published in 1980, 'How Designers Think' has become the unofficial guide for design students and experienced designers alike.
MELBOURNE FRINGE FESTIVAL: Comedian Andrew McClelland abandons epic historical tales for a series of autobiographical stories that probably happened.
MELBOURNE FRINGE FESTIVAL: This literary night with a difference packed out the North Melbourne Town Hall.
Ilustrado, Miguel Sjuco’s first award winning novel is gripping from the first chapter. It weaves the story of a young aspiring writing who, after the death of his mentor.
WHEELER CENTRE: The Wheeler Centre for Books, Writing and Ideas certainly lived up to its namesake this week, responding to the overwhelming thought in most people’s minds, ‘What the hell happened!, by whisking in George Megalogenis to explain the election result.
BYRON BAY WRITERS FESTIVAL: A Writers Festival is a wondrous thing. A feast of fodder for the brain and so many opportunities to learn, glean, learn again and write down those notes, tips and hints that may afford the fledgling writer their own opportunity to shine.
EMERGING WRITERS' FESTIVAL: Creative Writing Bootcamp. It's 6pm on Wednesday night of the Emerging Writers' Festival, and fifty odd of us; male and female, young, elderly and in-between, are assembled in an upper room at the City Library to be put through our paces in 'Creative Writing Boot Camp' by Zajkowski, poet and library employee.
EMERGING WRITERS FESTIVAL: The world is weighed down with stories of the hundreds of manuscripts piling up on editors desk, the seeming impossibility of getting your beloved work in print. Little wonder then that The Pitch one of the Special Events at the Town Hall for Melbourne’s Emerging Writers’ Festival was a full house.
EMERGING WRITERS FESTIVAL: WORDSTOCK The premise of the evening was that a group of writers and performers would each be given a different ACDC song to interpret and rework, resulting in unique translations of this much loved band’s back catalogue.
SYDNEY WRITERS' FESTIVAL: The Value of Nothing - It was a miserable Sunday afternoon, but the sun was peeking out from behind the grey clouds as we filed into the Sydney Dance Academy Building to listen to Raj Patel, activist, academic and author
SYDNEY WRITERS' FESTIVAL: The Return of Dr Strangelove; Dr Clive Hamilton, author of such incendiary works as Affluenza, Silencing Dissent and Requiem for a Species – Why We Resist the Truth about Climate Change, gave this eye opening talk to a full house.
SYDNEY WRITERS' FESTIVAL: We all have an opinion on the micro-blogging phenomenon. ‘Destroyer of the sentence!’ some yell. ‘Killer of the attention span!’ chime in others.
SYDNEY WRITERS' FESTIVAL: Very few off us live free of constant connectivity. Our minds are hooked into devices that not only let us send and receive calls, but also give us access to vast amounts of information, and more and more are being used to regulate both our social and working lives.
SYDNEY WRITERS' FESTIVAL: A packed audience crowded into the STC Wharf 2 to hear this sparky , very lively debate which preceded the presentation of the 2010 Pascall Prize.
SYDNEY WRITERS' FESTIVAL: Language in politics is like a hairpin bend in Formula One. It either allows you to demonstrate your artistry, or it sends you careering off-course.
TATE PUBLISHING: How to Survive Modern Art does not go into in-depth detail, it provides enough information to get a sense of the style or artist that is featured in a particular section.
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