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Translating the language of animals

Author Laura Jean McKay looks at the way we write about the environment as a way of understanding it while…

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Why Australian crime writers are killing it

Two upcoming crime fiction festivals threaten to spill the beans (and the blood).

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Poetry helping us understand the climate crisis

Poetry allows us feel the full emotional impact of climate change, says Cardiff Metropolitan University's Christina Thatcher.

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Art and science against the climate crisis

From COVID to climate, Rose Hiscock presents the collaborative power of arts and science to dispel myths and provoke action.

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Jane Austen: evergreen (i)con

Austen Con 21 returns with a hybrid live and digital model.

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Why bookshops are good for you

Browsing in bookshops is good for our psychological health, making Love Your Bookshop Day all the more important.

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Revolutionary futures can be imagined

Meeting Place 2021 launched its online forum with a bang this year as keynote speakers offer reflections to overcome ableism…

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The Novel Cure: How books can soothe what ails you

Reading can be a safe harbour and a good self-care remedy in these anxious times.

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Moving book launches online

Many authors have found themselves publishing a book during the pandemic but moving the launch to the digital sphere has…

A man with crossed arms and face mask stands in front of a road with a mosque in the background
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Writers seek solidarity in lockdowns

Surviving lockdown isn’t easy, but some Western Sydney writers believe reading the stories of people from diverse backgrounds can help…

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