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In his latest novel, James Bradley asks what it is to be human by resurrecting Neanderthals in a collapsing world.
After three and a half years and four festivals in Sydney, McGuire returns to Melbourne, and will present her first MWF program in 2021.
Wiradjuri author Tara June Winch has won one of Australia's most prestigious awards for her novel The Yield.
New home for ACP, Sydney Fringe finds global partners, big exhibition on big weather, first COVID response exhibitions, Gertrude Emerging Writers Program, plus more arts news and opportunities.
The Miles Franklin Literary Award is Australia's most prestigious literature prize. The six shortlisted novels shimmer with relevance and signal the changes rippling through our society.
A walk on the dark side of one young woman’s psychological struggle.
An open letter from the ACT Writers Centre is one of several literary voices raising concerns about the lack of diversity in this year’s Canberra Writers Festival program.
Playwright Fleur Kilpatrick reflects on the spirit of art-making and offers a series of prompts to get your creative juices flowing again.
Applying for grants can be as complicated as the project, but Kate Larsen has some proven advice on making your application hit the mark.
A world-first blockchain prototype system for digital rights management and royalty distribution in the publishing sector has been developed by QUT researchers.
The frightening extent of Harvey Weinstein’s power is revealed in disturbing detail.
Kucharski makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the current pandemic.
Robbie Arnott paints an evocative landscape of blues and greens in this enigmatic fable of nature’s relationship to mankind.
ACO mentorship program goes virtual, designs for new Ring Cycle production revealed, First Nations poetry residency, exhibitions that explore music and design, and more arts news and opportunities.
A new anthology, slated to be published by Fremantle Press in 2021, is looking for submissions. ArtsHub spoke with editor Rafeif Ismail on ways writers can contribute.
Reading for pleasure has been re-discovered by many during lockdown and children’s author Jane Godwin believes we should find ways to keep the habit to build a sense of empathy and hope in children.
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According to a Deakin study, almost a third of rainbow families struggle to find representation in LGBTQI+ children’s books. Booksellers say the lack of Australian representation in queer children's titles is also a problem.
Originally appointed as the Centre’s inaugural CEO before personal reasons forced her to reject the job offer, Llewellyn will take up her new role on 15 July.
With over 68,000 users daily, accessing more than 6.5 billion digitised records, Trove was ready for a clean-up, and has set its sights on future researchers and greater accessibility free for all.
As he leaves The Australian, Ashleigh Wilson wraps up two decades with the paper, half of which was spent shaping its arts coverage. How has he seen The Australian and arts criticism change in that time?
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