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Melinda Tankard Reist has spoken out about Marie Claire's latest unairbrushed photos of Jennifer Hawkins, that are supposed to inspire body confidenc...
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Spinifex poet Louise Crisp has collaborated with musician Tom Fitzgerald on Grasses, a poetic text on the water and environmental issues around the Snowy River. Listen to Grasses on ABC's Poetica.


Sandy Jeffs' memoir, Flying With Paper Wings: Reflections on Living With Madness got a great wrap in The Age a couple of weekends back. Reviewer Carm...
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A new review of Spinifex classic The Idea of Prostitution by Sheila Jeffreys has been published online at Ciaroscuro:

"The book questions liberal no...
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NSW Government Whip, Greg Donelley MLC has expressed dismay at Cotton On's ongoing promotion of raunchy baby t-shirts, despite promises to remove the...
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Susan Hawthorne will discusss art and nature with historian and biographer Janine Burke and curator Susan McCulloch at Eltham Bookshop, Thurs 10 Decem...
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Congratulations to Patricia Sykes, this year's winner of the Newcastle Poetry Prize for her poem, Cassandra Vegas.


Melinda Tankard Reist has a new article on the ABC's Unleashed; you can read it here.

Anna Krohn editorialises on Getting Real and 'the nightmares of...
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Spinifex author Christine Stark has been nominated for this year's prestigious Pushcart Prize for Poetry for her prose poem, Click Click.


The Women's Circus celebrates 18 years with their 2009 production, Herstory.

Oepning night is Fri 20 Nov, with shows Thurs-Sun for the next three wee...
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Lupa and Lamb

Lupa and Lamb


Susan Hawthorne

This collection of imagist poems combines mythology, archaeology and translation. Susan Hawthorne draws on the history...


Surviving Peace

Surviving Peace


Olivera Simić

How do you pick up the pieces after your life is shattered by war? How do you continue living when your country no...


Ngarrindjeri Wurruwarrin

Ngarrindjeri Wurruwarrin


Diane Bell

In Ngarrindjeri Wurruwarrin, Diane Bell invites her readers into the complex and contested world of the cultural beliefs...


The Coral Battleground

The Coral Battleground


Judith Wright

… the Great Barrier Reef is still the closest most people will come to Eden.

–Judith Wright


The Great Barrier Reef...


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