LiticismOct 7, 2013
The brother title of Frankie magazine is carving a niche for itself among discerning readers, regardless of gender.
LiticismOct 1, 2013
Screenwriter Alice Bell has worked on everything from major TV series to indie music videos. She speaks to Bethanie Blanchard about balance and drive.
LiticismSep 24, 2013
Ahead of his appearances at the National Young Writers’ Festival, Liticism spoke with Adam Liaw about food writing, having a public profile, and the tendency towards cliche in food journalism.
LiticismAug 30, 2013
Stories about suicide, travel and embarrassing paparazzi shots were laid out for the world to see at The Moth Mainstage, writes Farz Edraki
LiticismJul 24, 2013
This week in the UK there was an announcement of a more bookish kind than the Royal ones we’ve been inundated with: the longlist for the 45th annual Man Booker Prize for Fiction. Bethanie Blanchard has the low-down.
LiticismJul 18, 2013
Before the full launch of the 2013 Melbourne Writers Festival program, Bethanie Blanchard spoke with festival director Lisa Dempster about the writers chosen for inclusion in this year’s line up.
LiticismJun 20, 2013
In Out of Shape, author Mel Campbell charts her relationship to clothing and examines how notions of "correct" dress have changed over the years. She speaks to Myriam Robin.
LiticismMay 17, 2013
The Emerging Writers Festival began as a one-day sine fair in 2004 and has progressed in leaps and bounds. Bethanie Blanchard talks with director Sam Twyford-Moore.
LiticismMay 14, 2013
Tony Abbott embraced the indie lit scene and announced his new e-book yesterday, writes Bethanie Blanchard. Does that mean the Liberals are drinking cheap wine as they wait for reviews?
LiticismMay 13, 2013
After failing at Febfast, Stephanie Van Schilt decided -- after reading Jill Stark's High Society -- that she was all out of excuses. Van Schilt describes Stark's book and her relationship with "the demon drink."