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Yes, men can write about Me Too. But they must have a point to make.

Yes, men can write about Me Too. But they must have a point to make.

David Leser's new book isn't a trainwreck, but it's not clear what it actually achieves. Who is this dossier of male awfulness for?

Behind the demise of Playwriting Australia

Behind the demise of Playwriting Australia

Playwriting Australia is an organisation devoted to improving the nation’s scripts. But the drama lately has all been in the board room.

Fight of the century: how boxing shaped modern media

Fight of the century: how boxing shaped modern media

Boxing matches changed the course of not only professional sports, but also broadcasting as we know it.

New Greens book takes on the tussle at the core of a movement

New Greens book takes on the tussle at the core of a movement

At the very foundation of the Greens are many of the maladies that afflict them today. Paddy Manning's new book lays them bare.

My family tragedy was turned into true crime

My family tragedy was turned into true crime

Victims of crime and their families need protection from true crime, as my family has found out the hard way.

Why I plastered the country with faces from the past

Why I plastered the country with faces from the past

'I don’t have a personal attachment to any particular cause or marginalised group. I don’t even like political art. Given all this, why do what I do?'

How my article about men and Me Too quickly spiralled into a book

How my article about men and Me Too quickly spiralled into a book

What is men's role in the Me Too movement? After exploring the topic in Good Weekend, David Leser received a response unlike anything he's experienced in nearly 40 years of journalism.

Why a banned book of sacred Indigenous knowledge is still available for sale

Why a banned book of sacred Indigenous knowledge is still available for sale

The case of Nomads of the Australian Desert sheds light on the legal system's struggle to reckon with the publication of sacred Indigenous material.

Why I withdrew from the Bendigo Writers Festival

Why I withdrew from the Bendigo Writers Festival

Controversy over her latest book has forced true crime author Maryrose Cuskelly to withdraw from the festival. But her belief in the importance of the written word is as strong as ever.

Bemoaning Cursed Child's awards snub misses the point

Bemoaning Cursed Child's awards snub misses the point

This year's Helpmann Awards controversially snubbed blockbuster theatre production Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. But is that such a bad thing?