The techniques and literary devices of novels allow audiences to develop a more intimate connection to mental health.
Vivid and Reconciliation Week: Together with First Light Pride
This powerful acknowledgement and celebration of our First Nations Culture by Rhoda Roberts AO kicked off Reconciliation Week.
Be Poetic: Celebrating World Poetry Day
Many forms of media and art contain history, voices, and the human experience. But they don’t contain all. Other forms out there have more. Poetry is one of them.
Conversations and Mother Language
How does connecting with our mother language open opportunities, practice traditions, preserve memory and form uniqueness in thinking? How can connecting with our mother language ensure a better future?
Telling stories and making history
Australian Journalist Tiania Stevens has travelled the world as a news reporter. Her advice to journalism students: Don’t be afraid! Ask questions, even the hard ones. If you think something could be a story, it probably is. Be nosy. If you are in a pub, out walking, at a cafe, keep your eyes and ears open!
Food for thought: A chat with Grant Jones
While full-time journalism gigs are in decline, creating content across the spectrum – online and in print – is the way to go, says multi-skilled content creator Grant Jones.
Beyond the lawn
For my father, gardening was a reminder of home and connection to lost memories.
Let’s Go and See Them
I can’t help thinking of white sakura blossoms. I think of an out-of-time convenience store. I think of train yards, bitter teas, war, peace, and canola fields. I think of Cowra and how, perhaps, it is time to visit again.
Wearing your heart on your sleeve
The most important weapon in a punk or metal-head’s arsenal is the Battle Vest.
Ex-Firefighter races clock to honour the life of his dying mate
As David Proust grapples with ‘Daryl’ the brain tumour, friend Ron Sinclair compiles his songs and stories to create an heirloom.