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Mykel Dixon's creativity manual asks the reader to record how they think they will be remembered after they are dead and buried.
In 'The Convict Valley', historian Mark Dunn seeks to tell the stories of those typically overlooked by Australian history.
Indigenous Literacy Day goes virtual in 2020, with a live YouTube event featuring story-telling, singing and celebration featuring performances from Jessica Mauboy and Archie Roach, among others.
With a top drawer international career for over a decade, Sophie O’Brien takes on the position as Bundanon Trust’s Head of Curatorial and Learning. What does that perspective offer this historic site as it prepares for its future?
In 'Revenge: A Murder in Three Parts,' Lim vividly evokes the complex way domestic abuse can be so damaging to the less powerful.
Christie Nieman’s second YA novel speaks of merged polarities, rewritten histories, and the double-edged sword of family legacy.
Barry Lee Thompson's debut short story collection examines the subtle interactions of people who find themselves in situations mostly outside their control.
The author of Cloudstreet offers insights into the writing life and reflects on the differences between writing for the page and the stage.
$49M to Indigenous arts, Euro Master from Met for Brissy, great results for DAAF, Artstate and Tarnanthi both announce programs, major public sculpture for Sydney, ACO back in theatre, plus more arts news and opportunities.
To celebrate 20 years of ArtsHub we look back at this 2018 article about artist activism and the role the arts play in social change.
From calling out to creating safe spaces, a panel of creatives speak about institutionalised racism in the arts, and the change needed for a more equitable sector.
The 'radical, inclusive, rebellious' imprint is named after Lui's grandmother. Submissions are currently open.
In a post COVID world do writers and creatives need to worry about specialising? Sometimes it’s better to diversify.
For these authors, using a pseudonym was not just about slipping their work past male publishers who did not think publishing was a place for a woman. It was also about more diffuse forms of gender prejudice.
More money for ACT artists, curatorial assistant program, Doug Aitken commission for TAS, design takes centre stage at Powerhouse, Crime Writers Festival, MTC cancels season, and more arts news and opportunities.
In this poignant read, Annette Marner deserves credit for her honest analyses of the trauma inflicted by domestic violence.
The Small Press Network has re-thought its annual Most Underrated Book Award to entice more entries and redefine the prize.
Former journalist Shaya Laughlin found herself unable to write when she was caught in the recent Beirut explosion (her home for the last two years) and in this trauma struggled to express herself when it mattered most.
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