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Jane Miller's latest asks big questions about romance, showing how fantasies of love can create monsters of us all.
Travel book, adventure memoir, epistolary paean to a friendship, every-man’s guide to cross-country cycling.
Hailed as Australia’s foremost literary journal on progressive culture, Overland #210 Autumn 2013 exemplifies this epithet again.
A picture book on a grand scale, Jane Raffan's handsome and weighty volume revels in the pattern, shimmer and colour of recent Indigenous painting.
Robert Baines' latest book is a wonderful antidote to the pomposity that sometimes replaces scholarship in the high art discourse.
Chris Somerville's short stories play out the small catastrophes of everyday life, cutting his characters adrift in the uneasiness that ensues.
Andrew Sant’s eclectic new collection perfectly enunciates the quirks of being a curious boy in the body of an aging poet.
Riel Nason’s Commonwealth Prize-winning novel is a story of change, beautifully navigated and narrated by a young social outcast.
Based on her prize-winning short story, Australian author Yvette Walker’s debut novel is an intimate exploration of love and loss.
The latest issue of this literary magazine for writers under 25 successfully explores contemporary themes and the marrying of past and present.
Ben Schrank's latest book is a clever and insightful novel about romance, risks, and publishing.
An exquisite detailing of the preservation of an old art, and a compelling meditation on the philosophy of artistic practice.
Australian author Mark O'Flynn's wry look back at his life as an accidental expert is amusingly written, but little more.
The latest work from Perth’s pvi collective encourages you to break free from accepted modes of thinking about place, routine, and expectation.
The launch of an online interview and photography project celebrating the older LGBTI woman featured electrifying live performances and fascinating conversations.
Four years after the first Australian leg of All Tomorrow’s Parties, the boutique festival returned with two carefully curated days of music, noise and curious mayhem.
Harvest 2012 was close to being the perfect music festival experience.
Appearing at the Brisbane Cabaret Festival, comedy trio Tripod prove they haven’t lost their touch after 16 years in the business.
The Forsythe Company deconstruct the language of dance and demand audiences do the work.
This Griffin Theatre production is everything a lover of new, independent Australian drama could hope for, and more.
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