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Book review: Two Afternoons in the Kabul Stadium, Tim Bonyhady

A visual history of 20th-century Afghanistan.

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Hobart’s biennial literary festival returns

A (non-online) literary festival for all: adults, YA and kids.

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Book review: Muddy People, Sara El Sayed, Black Inc

An intricate memoir that traverses the muddy divides between child and adult, tradition and change, self and other and identity…

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So you want my arts job: Freelance arts writer and editor

Doug Wallen's ability to write across multiple forms allows him the freedom to be published in many outlets.

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Book review: The Breakup Monologues, Rosie Wilby, Bloomsbury

The 'queen' of breakups canvasses some unexpected joys in the aftermath of relationship failure.

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Book Review: Roots - Home is who we are, Hardie Grant

A collection of short memoirs chosen from the inaugural SBS Emerging Writers’ Competition.

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Book review: The Advocates, Robyn Gulliver and Jill L. Ferguson, Melbourne University Press

Canvassing the stories of women at the frontline of environmental action.

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Opportunities and Awards Wrap

Call outs for the Helen Anne Bell Award for Women Poets, National Arts and Disability Awards, Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grants…

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Book review: Killing Sydney, Elizabeth Farrelly, Pan Macmillan

A passionate cri de coeur to diagnose the ills of the city and save it from overdevelopment.

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The SBS Emerging Writers' Competition returns for a second chapter

The competition aims to discover new voices that reflect the diversity of contemporary Australia.

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