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Deep Trouble: That Was Then This Is Now

December 8, 2018 |

SPECIAL EPISODE     Or listen on iTunes, Spotify or Stitcher

That Was Then, This Is Now involved young adults and award winning writers (and a publisher!) coming together on stage to discuss much loved modern classics that have … Read More

Deep Trouble #9: Prof. Bain Attwood

November 6, 2018 |

with Dr Mark Halloran     Or listen on iTunes, Spotify or Stitcher

Professor Bain Attwood has published extensively on the history of colonialism and indigenous history. His latest book, The Good Country (Monash University Publishing): “eschews the generalisations … Read More

Deep Trouble #5: Dr Olfat Mahmoud

October 28, 2018 |

with Dr Mark Halloran     Or listen on iTunes, Spotify or Stitcher

In this episode we are in conversation with internationally recognised Palestinian activist Dr Olfat Mahmoud, a Palestinian refugee, born in a refugee camp in Lebanon 58 years … Read More

Finding the Art in Phuket

September 8, 2018 |

Ink on Paper in the Digital Age

Anthony S Cameron   I have written close to half a million words in the last five years, and most of them have involved ink landing on paper. That’s right people, these neatly … Read More

The Intentions of Shaun & Jay Perry

May 1, 2018 |

interview by Steve Proposch  

“Show me a hero and I’ll write you a tragedy.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald

 

Shaun and Jay Perry grew up in a little mountain suburb/town called Olinda in the Dandenong Ranges about an hour … Read More

Books Behind Bars

May 1, 2018 |

Lisa D’Onofrio  

“I always thought reading was for nerds, it was hard work, not for me, covered in tatts and thick. Now I know better. What’s next?”

  It’s a Friday afternoon, in a nondescript classroom that’s seen better … Read More

Fitzroyalty

June 2, 2017 |

Brunswick Street : Art & Revolution   INTRODUCTION

Steve Proposch

During the 1950s and 60s the Australian working class became the aspirational middle class and moved in great number to the suburbs. These were mainly prewar babies who, now in … Read More

Interview: Blek le Rat

April 4, 2017 |

[extract] LONELY PLANET: STREET ART

Blek le Rat was one of the first graffiti artists in Paris, and is widely credited with being the first to evolve stencilling from basic lettering into pictorial art. He began in 1981 by painting … Read More

Interview: Faith47

April 4, 2017 |

[extract] LONELY PLANET: STREET ART

Faith47 is an internationally acclaimed visual artist from South Africa, whose work has been lauded for its ability to resonate with people around the world. She has held solo exhibitions in New York, London and … Read More

Social Work: Brentley Frazer

January 28, 2017 |

“The case for E-Prime rests on the simple proposition that ‘isness’ sets the brain into a medieval Aristotelian framework that makes it impossible to understand modern problems and opportunities.” – Robert Anton Wilson 1  

At a tender age, while … Read More