Poetry & Spoken Word
Patrick Gunasekera and Georgi Ivers: two artists and their journeys in crip time
Care can come in the form of time, patience, flexibility and community engagement in a world that still poses so…
A slower, less transactional biennial for Adelaide
Prefacing the human condition, and the healing aspect of intimate spaces, the next edition of the Adelaide Biennial of Australia…
Book review: Chinese Fish, Grace Yee
A multi-voiced collection of poetry that canvasses a family's experiences of racism in New Zealand from the 1960s to the…
Iconoclastic and empowered: the new wave of Middle Eastern Australian women writers
MENA women writers are gaining momentum in major literary prizes and across the nation’s bookstores, but is this movement iconoclastic?
Book review: A Line in the Sand, Red Room Poetry
A sample of 20 years of Australian poetry is showcased in this wide-ranging anthology.
Radically rehumanising: Kate Larsen’s Public. Open. Space.
Kate Larsen’s work radically rehumanises the institutions that shape our lives.
Magazine review: Meanjin Winter 2023, edited by Esther Anatolitis
The intensity of this edition creates a real sense of urgency in the reader.
Federal Government grants $3.42 million for arts education for kids
Four arts organisations share in the funding aimed at developing the next generation of performers and creatives.
Complicating Vietnamese diaspora stories for the better
A look into how the ‘MÌNH’ exhibition challenges notions of a monolithic Vietnamese identity through art and writing.
A poem for everyone in August
Poetry Month is rolling across the country once again, showcasing a raft of readings and events. ArtsHub asked some participating…