June 14, 2019

Luke Carman and the clash of the everyday and the imagination

Luke Carman's essays are a mixture of turmoil, style and substance.
June 14, 2019

How George Orwell got to grips with Big Brother

Was George Orwell inspired by his experiences in the Spanish Civil war to write Nineteen Eighty-Four?
June 14, 2019

Fall and Rise tells the true stories of 9/11, the day the world changed

Mitchell Zuckoff's book about the destruction of the World Trade Centre is a masterclass in long-form historical journalism
June 14, 2019

Macho men: The links between Valentino and Mussolini

Giorgio Bertellini brings the two Italian strong men back together in The Divo and the Duce.
June 14, 2019

Bookmarks: James Ellroy and a case of mistaken identity

When James Ellroy lunched in Melbourne he didn't expect to be mistaken for another big-name crime writer.
June 14, 2019

Tony Birch’s unerring eye for a universal story

In Tony Birch's seventh novel Odette must keep her granddaughter safe from the authorities and other sources of danger.
June 14, 2019

How does your culture change when you adopt a new country?

'Un/Thaid' explores the work of five Thai-born Australian artists.
June 14, 2019

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June 14, 2019

Wake in Fright adapted for a new generation

The classic gothic Australian novel is performed on stage in all its disturbing, searing glory.
June 14, 2019

Four-year project captures islanders’ songs of global warning

From the coalface of climate change comes Small Island Big Song, a musical plea for empathy and action.
June 14, 2019

Swans are bitches: ballet ruffles feathers with dark take on classic

Jean-Christophe Maillot's LAC offers a cinematic vision of monstrous transformation in Swan Lake.
June 14, 2019

Hey hey we’re the Monkees: ‘champagne is as rock and rolly as we get now’:

Micky Dolenz and Mike Nesmith, the two remaining members of legendary 60s pop group The Monkees, are still cheeky and irreverent in their 70s.