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The host of ABC TV’s new weekly arts program promises to be much more than just a talking head.
For well over a century, feminists have been angered by women’s lack of equal rights, their treatment by governments and issues surrounding sex.
Varuna alumni Dr Jackie Bailey writes about the many ways she loves the Australia's much-loved writers retreat, which turns 30 this year.
It’s a brave new business world, but turning to novelists can help managers explore possible future scenarios.
Can we ever call a work finished? Leonardo Da Vinci said no; rather, we just abandon. We speak with artists who decide when an artwork is complete.
Annabel Brady Brown talks about the birth of a new venture that brings together a global community of film lovers and writers.
Dr Seuss’s work contains racism and xenophobia, but should we judge him by today’s standards?
The Facebook news ban is being lifted but what did the shutdown mean for small arts organisations and publishers who relied on the platform to build audiences?
Comic creators have been wrestling with contemporary Australia and its identities in a series of publication coming out this year. What they show is a nation divided by racism and on a collision course with dystopia rather than being ‘one and free’.
Three theatre directors, an author and a visual artist speak of love and intimacy in our current pandemic, and how the arts can maintain connection when we physically can’t.
The leap of faith from a shorter work to a full-length book comes with many potential pitfalls including procrastination and self doubt. A new book has tips on how to make that jump with confidence.
The world's first robots, created by playwright Karl Čapek, appeared on a Prague stage in January 1921. This long read asks: why are we still in thrall to Čapek's once-original narrative?
This year is shaping up to be a return of the writers festival as events that were cancelled are all set to comeback in 2021. Fill your arts calendar with these writers’ festivals and literary programs.
Thinking of starting a small business venture in the midst of a world crisis? ArtsHub speaks with the founders of Aniko Press and Debut Books, who did just that.
Even if you've not opened a book in ages, remember that we are in an age of hyper-literacy and our days are saturated with words.
It’s time to fill your calendar with these literary prizes, fellowships and opportunities.
After two summers that couldn’t be more different – from drought and fires to heavy rain – conversations about the Anthropocene, and artist activism around climate change, are ripe for new resolutions.
After a year that had us all appreciating our local talent, Melissa Cranenburgh looks forward to the small press surprises and stories that talk about our communities.
Publishers offer a vibrant selection of works in translation. Here's a shortlist of some of the most intriguing translated books published in 2020, and a look ahead to 2021.
In a year when we all reassessed what was valuable (remember the run on toilet paper?) local bookshops came to mean much more than bricks and mortar. We asked writers what made a bookshop valuable to them this year.
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