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The ideological curmudgeons have been out in force in the arts this week reflecting on the arrival of The King and I in Melbourne.
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The arts sector needs to accept responsibility for the inequity on which its success is achieved and not blame it on government.
To celebrate Shakespeare's 450th birthday, Australia's leading exponent asks why actors and audiences still love the Bard.
It's probably not wise to tell the guy who holds your life in his hands, that he is a patronising old fart but it can be tempting.
Getting ready for a fresh start in 2014 – here are some tips to set you in good stead for maximum productivity.
While booksellers count up their Christmas sales, publishers are already planning what to stock on shelves in the year ahead.
Looking for a New Year’s resolution? Forget giving up the booze, reading the best books of 2013 is much more manageable.
With the rise of the hipster, young adults are creating a digital divide when it comes to reading - and its not what you think.
Did you get your funding this year - what happens to all those good ideas?
Twenty years ago the Scarlet Stilettos changed crime writing from a gritty macho genre to a sexy stage for women writers.
In art, Australia needs Aboriginal heroes and Aboriginal Everymen and Everywomen, not just noble savages or doomed innocents.
Writer and Communications Professional Lliane Clarke shares her ten tips for using the new age medium to promote your arts event.
At the 2013 Melbourne Writers Festival (MWF), author Teju Cole made the case for Twitter as the future of the novel. He was undecided at best, wrong at worst.
Who’s responsible for upholding Melbourne’s UNESCO City of Literature status?
Marie Force used Facebook to help her become a best-selling author. How can you do the same?
With the rise of ebooks, a compelling thumbnail image is essential and a new competitive design marketplace has emerged.
From photocopying to digital piracy, new technology has always threatened writers’ incomes.
Publishers say replacing the education license in copyright law with a 'fair use' test will disadvantage educators.
Apple’s defeat in last week’s anti-trust suit proves there’s something rotten at its core, but the implications are broad.
Aboriginal art has become a source of legal evidence for native title claims.
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