Shelley Davidow Interview

2 May, 2016 by

In 1913, a young man, Jacob, leaves his remote village in Lithuania, fleeing the pograms that are destroying his home, his family, and...

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Patrick Dewitt Interview

29 Mar, 2016 by

Lucien Minor, or Lucy, hasn’t had a lot of success so far in his life. An unremarkable man, in an unremarkable village, he lacks...

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Martin Lindstrom Interview

29 Mar, 2016 by

There is more information available to us now than to any people who have ever lived. The internet collapses space, makes available...

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Simon Sebag Montefiore Interview

29 Mar, 2016 by

When the Romanovs came to power, Russia was weak – recovering from the chaos left by Ivan the terrible, and trapped between...

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Paolo Bacigalupi Interview

29 Mar, 2016 by

The United States has faced crippling droughts over the last decade – some of the worst in recorded history. Meanwhile, cities...

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Yassmin Abdel-Magied Interview

29 Mar, 2016 by

Yassmin Abdel-Magied came to Australia as a baby – her parents left Sudan behind, as the repressive regime of Omar Al-Bashir...

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Justine Larbalestier Interview

29 Mar, 2016 by

Justine Larbalestier is the author of award-winning books for Young Adults, including Liar, Razorhurst, and most recently My Sister...

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Jaclyn Moriarty Interview

29 Mar, 2016 by

Jaclyn Moriarty is the best-selling author, both in Australian and internationally,  of quirky, moving fiction for Young Adults,...

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Andrew Fowler Interview

9 Mar, 2016 by

Journalism – the fourth estate. Holding the powerful to account and bringing us the stories that matter. At least in theory....

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Anne Tiernan Interview

9 Mar, 2016 by

It’s been a turbulent time for politics in Australia – five Prime Ministers in five years, two one-term state governments. A...

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