March 23, 2018 1
While its timing may have been purely providential, The Party is the perfect film for the modern political landscape.
March 23, 2018 1
Has O'Connor's debut novel been historically overlooked in favour of the Southern Gothics of McCarthy, Capote and Faulkner?
March 22, 2018 2
The author of Skin in the Game explains the slightly awkward process of learning how to interview Australia's best known true crime writer.
March 16, 2018 9
Eulogies of Stephen Hawking miss the mark in understanding the pop icon and scientist's wheelchair.
March 14, 2018 2
While the furore may have died down surrounding poor and inaccurate research in a book detailing Indigenous women musicians, Deborah Cheetham says the issue is an exhausting and common one that Indigenous Australians face regularly.
March 9, 2018 3
Controversial comedian Chris Lilley is back, but he probably won't be doing blackface this time. The Queensland Government announced this week that it was supporting a new project from Lilley to be shown on Netflix. The streaming giant says he won't be doing blackface.
March 8, 2018 15
Will the gradual crawl towards representation in pop culture continue in 2018, or is the battle meaningless in the pursuit of profit? Helen Razer and Lauren Rosewarne offer points for both sides.
March 8, 2018 9
Yes, body language experts know exactly how they are perceived.
March 8, 2018 16
Two years after losing the race for secretary-general, the former New Zealand prime minister says the UN needs an "injection of sheer political reality".
March 6, 2018 6
A recent ruling out of the US has raised big questions about discrimination and the first amendment, but it also says a lot about our views on the nature of work.