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The Small Press Network has re-thought its annual Most Underrated Book Award to entice more entries and redefine the prize.
Even the most experienced managers could learn something from 'Work Wellbeing
,' writes Erich Mayer.
Copyright reforms, Fed funding guidelines, theatres back with live performances, Sugglepot and Cuddlepie become a new ballet, Tassie writers residency, plus more arts news and opportunities for artists.
Arab-Australian writers donate rare works to raise funds through an auction to support initiatives in Lebanon after the blasts in Beirut.
Garner contends there are four laws to live and lead by if you want to be your brilliant self.
Written by women from Indigenous, migrant and refugee backgrounds,
Sweatshop Women: Volume Two runs parallel to a shift we’re currently experiencing in Australia’s literary culture.
NSW risks being the only Australian state without a dedicated writers’ organisation, as Writing NSW loses its funding.
Art inspires, consoles, teaches empathy, and gives perspective and meaning. Here, creatives from across the country look beyond our current crisis and contemplate the importance of art in our future lives.
They may not be able to leave the house but Melbourne Writers Festival 2020 will be opening its virtual doors this week. They've gathered writers from around the world to appear on your laptop.
Ahmed’s account of the Christchurch massacre makes riveting reading.
New Zealand literary festival WORD played an instrumental part in bringing Kurdish-Iranian asylum seeker Behrouz Boochani to New Zealand.
Writers, editors, publishers and grammar nerds have seized on the newest edition of the Australian Government Style Manual in beta, but not everyone is impressed.
Kokomo is a book about the relationships that define us: family, friends, in romance and in the workplace. Hannan’s use of language is vivid and visceral, lavish with colour.
When taking on the task of illustrating Bruce Pascoe’s new children’s book, Kestin Award winner Charmaine Ledden-Lewis found connections with her own family history of the Stolen Generation in Pascoe’s words.
From around the country, artists and arts workers reflect on why the post-pandemic world will need art more than ever.
Ring Cycle postponed, Blak design celebrated, WA Museum sets open date, major acquisitions for QAGOMA and AGSA, TSO cancels season, while Adelaide Baroque heads back to the stage, plus more arts news and opportunities.
Patrick Allington conjures a bizarre world in which almost everyone on earth has perished.
The Lifted Brow has announced an interim Board to ‘prevent the organisation from immediately dissolving,' while issuing a formal apology to its readers after recent controversy.
The portrayal of tension is spot on in this book, of particular note is Horton’s rendering of the insidious impacts of anxiety.
Martinkus asserts that the Indonesian government extracts wealth from West Papua with scant regard for the local people.
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