Jeanette Winterson Interview

15 Jun, 2016 by

How do you put your own stamp on the work of the most famous English writer of all time? How do you cover Shakespeare? That’s the...

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Janna Levin Interview

7 Jun, 2016 by

Just over a century ago, Einstein produced his general theory of relativity and predicted ripples in the fabric of...

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Álvaro Enrigue Interview

7 Jun, 2016 by

On a tennis court in Rome, two vicious opponents face each other. One is the famous painter, Caravaggio, the other the Spanish poet...

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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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Drusilla Modjeska Interview

17 Dec, 2015 by

How do you tell the story of your life? How do you pinpoint the moment that shaped the person you are now? Should you even...

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Xinran Interview

14 Nov, 2015 by

What does it mean to be an only child? While stereotypes of self-sufficiency or selfishness may be overstated, it’s undeniably a...

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Frank Moorhouse Interview

20 Jun, 2015 by

Over the last decade, in the wake of terrorist attacks around the world, debates have raged over what the public has a right to see,...

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Debi Marshall Interview

20 Jun, 2015 by

The Family Court is a relatively recent development in Australia’s legal system, created by the Whitlam government in 1976. At the...

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NoViolet Bulawayo Interview

26 Oct, 2014 by

In 2011 NoViolet Bulawayo won the Caine Prize for African Writing for her short story Hitting Budapest, the tale of a group of...

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Jeanette Winterson Interview

29 Aug, 2014 by

Jeanette Winterson’s debut novel, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, won the Whitbread award, and critical acclaim. Since then,...

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