No Mercy Seat for Brandis says Nick Cave

The internationally renowned singer, writer and musician has added his voice to the call for a new Arts Minister and expressed concerns about the existing structure of the Book Council of Australia.
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Celebrated Australian artist Nick Cave has joined a collective of writers and readers voicing their concerns in an open letter regarding the administration of the Book Council of Australia (BCA).

The new open letter emphasises the importance of investing in individual writers, calls for greater representation by writers on the Book Council, and requests that the Prime Minister find a less divisive Arts Minister than the incumbent, Senator George Brandis.

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