“I’m sick of looking to international TV shows and podcasts to see and hear myself.”
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‘At the start, it’s hard to know what rejections mean. Is your writing shit, or does the editor just not understand your work? Persist and stay true to your vision.’
‘Being a foreigner in Australia, I feel you are constantly a kind of ambassador of your culture, and it is often difficult not to get stereotyped.’
‘Learn your rights. Join your union.’
‘You can’t get better and not be vulnerable. You learn this. You grow older. You no longer believe that you are made of ruins.’
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A beautiful new single from Emily Soon, ‘Good Help Is Hard To Find’ balances feelings of suburban nostalgia with dreams of the future.
In anticipation of our ‘Window Horses’ screening on June 3, we talk to writer and director Ann Marie Fleming.
We talk to Anupama Pilbrow, who was successful in a curatorial takeover of the NIDA Melbourne studios for the upcoming event, NIDAnights: ITERATION with The Suburban Review.
We talked to Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen, one of the first recipients of The Wheeler Centre’s Next Chapter Writers’ Scheme.
We talked to Lian Low, one of the first recipients of The Wheeler Centre’s Next Chapter Writers’ Scheme.
This year, Sydney Writers Festival explores the ways that writing can be used to deceive others in an increasingly post-truth world, look at the lies that we tell ourselves and each other, and those we collectively tell as a country.
Sumarlinah Raden Winoto reviews Krishna Istha’s Beast, now showing at Arts House as part of Midsumma Festival 2019.
Mapping Melbourne is our very favourite time of year! We’ve picked out our top ten events for you.
Some of our favourite events for the 2018 Digital Writers Festival!
We’ve put together a quick list of must-see’s for this year’s MWF so you don’t have to sweat the details for your next night out.
Leah Jing & Rachel Ang have come together to bring you Comic Sans, a serialised collection of the best Australian comics artists working today.