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18 Nov 2009
ACT launch of Getting Real
Women's Forum Australia is hosting a dinner and dessert during White Ribbon Week to launch Getting Real by Melinda Tankard Reist. The event is open to...
18 Nov 2009
13 Nov 2009
Brazen Hussies Book Launch
Dyke Books Inc is pleased to announce its launch of Brazen Hussies: A Herstory of Radical Activism in the Women's Liberation Movement, by Jean Taylor....
05 Nov 2009
Best Australian Poems 2009
Susan Hawthorne has been featured in this year's The Best Australian Poems 2009, edited by Robert Adamson, and published by Black Inc Books. Susan's p...
29 Oct 2009
Eco-Sufficiency & Global Justice world tour
A new website providing information on the Kapululangu Women's Law and Culture Centre has been launched. The Kapululangu Women's Law and Culture Centr...
If the world matters to you, check out the fifth annual World Matters forums on October 17, 18, 19 and November 19 at Edendale Community Farm, Gastons...
07 Oct 2009
Upcoming poetry events
Pages to Poetry: Sandy Jeffs at Readings
Come hear prize-winning poet Sandy Jeffs read from her latest work at the Readings event Pages to Poetry on ...
Dr Zohl de Ishtar, Nobel Peace Prize nominee and author of three books, will be speaking at two events about the Kapululangu Elders' efforts to protec...
01 Oct 2009
Ariel Salleh on Ockham's Razor
Tune in to Ockham's Razor on Radio National this Sunday 4 October at 8.45 am to hear Ariel Salleh, editor of Eco-Sufficiency and Global Justice. The topic is "Is our sustainability science racist?"
In Ngarrindjeri Wurruwarrin, Diane Bell invites her readers into the complex and contested world of the cultural beliefs...
… the Great Barrier Reef is still the closest most people will come to Eden.
In Suki, fabulist Suniti Namjoshi weaves a witty and delightful tapestry from threads of longing, loss, memory, metaphor,...
Misogyny Re-loaded is an explosive manifesto against the resurgent sexual fascism of the new world order. By exposing the...