Toni Jordan Interview

10 May, 2016 by

In a stylishly decorated house, in the semi-rural remove of Melbourne’s outskirts, chaos is about to unfold. Because Caroline...

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Mette Jakobsen Interview

10 May, 2016 by

No parent should experience the loss of a child. And yet, life isn’t always that kind. But if the worst happens, when that loss...

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Sydney Writers Festival 2016

10 May, 2016 by

As the days begin to get a little cooler and the nights a little longer, it’s the perfect time to curl up with a good book. Or to...

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Frank Dikotter Interview

2 May, 2016 by

The story of China during the 20th Century is almost impossible to fathom. Marked, not just by change, but by multiple instances of...

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Andrew O’Hagan Interview

2 May, 2016 by

What we do, what we remember, can define who we are. In a retirement home in the UK, Anne is slowly losing her memory, and the story...

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Etgar Keret Interview

2 May, 2016 by

How much does your world change when the shape of your family shifts? What about your view of the world? The Seven Good Years, the new...

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Jennifer Rayner Interview

2 May, 2016 by

Are Generation Y lazy? Are we special flowers, built up to expect too much from parents and a system that awards us for just showing...

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George Megalogenis Interview

2 May, 2016 by

An increase to the GST, income tax devolved to the states, an end to negative gearing, a cut to company taxes. The last few months...

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Fiona Wood Interview

2 May, 2016 by

Fiona Wood is a former scriptwriter and the author of award-winning novels for young adults: Wildlife and Six Impossible Things. Her...

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Max Porter Interview

2 May, 2016 by

Crow flits throughout the myths we tell ourselves– trickster spirit, harbinger of death, companion to gods, holder of secrets; he...

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