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By Mindy on March 29, 2014
#AWW2014 Book Review: Questions of Travel by Michelle de Krester.
By Orlando on March 15, 2014
Special Effect is a UK-based charity full of very clever people who develop work-arounds that allow people with a wide range of disabilities to play computer games.
By Mindy on March 12, 2014
Mateship with Birds was reviewed for the 2014 Australian Women Writers Challenge.
By Mindy on March 10, 2014
Book review of The People Smuggler: the true story of Ali Al Jenabi, the ‘Oskar Schindler of Asia’.
By Orlando on March 5, 2014
This coming Saturday at the Mitchell Library, in Sydney, there will be a screening of a new American-made documentary about the history and influence of Wonder Woman. Afterwards there will be a panel discussion with some amazing local wonder women: Nicola Scott, Feisty Cuffs, Queenie Chan and Mystic Medusa will be chatting with filmmaker and journalist Daz Chandler.
By blue milk on March 1, 2014
I wish so much that I had been able to buy Miriam Elia’s book, We Go to the Art Gallery before it was stomped on by Penguin books. I do love a bit of mothering and nihilism in art galleries, you know. Thanks to Penelope D. for the link. (Cross-posted at blue milk). Related posts […]
By Mindy on February 24, 2014
Book review of The Mind of a Thief by Patti Miller for the Australian Women Writers Challenge 2014.
By Mindy on February 12, 2014
Australian Women Writers Challenge 2014 book review: The Sunlit Zone by Lisa Jacobson
By Mindy on February 9, 2014
Book Review of Sea Hearts by Margo Lanagan for the Australian Women Writers Challenge 2014.
By Orlando on February 6, 2014
How great is it to see a cover like this on a street rag?
By Mindy on January 30, 2014
Review of Like a House on Fire by Cate Kennedy.
By Mindy on January 28, 2014
My reading list for the Australian Women Writers Challenge 2014.
By Guest Hoyden on January 28, 2014
Guest Post by Alex Skud Bayley
…mutual support, community service, skill-building, learning about issues facing women both locally and overseas, and advocacy on behalf of women. So far so good! So why is it that, on the whole, the Country Women’s Association is so ossified?