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Review: 'Finding a way' by Graeme Innes

Kevin Bain reviews former Deputy Human Rights Commissioner Graeme Innes AM's autobiography, ' ...  
'Bob Ellis: In His Own Words' launch and review

The best of Bob Ellis book 'In His Own Words' is a modern classic — and so was Bill Shorten's ...  
Media Sauce: Was Chris Mitchell running the country?

Mitchell's constant references to getting drunk might account for the lapses in taste, judgment ...  
Grim news from Cape Grim alerts novelists not Turnbull Government

Cape Grim news confirms scientists' worst climate change fears and inspires writers but not the ...  
Climate gadfly coins literary term to save the planet – 'Cli-Fi'

Meet Dan Bloom, an eccentric and irrepressible American climate missionary who invented the word ...  
Lionel Shriver's identity politics speech: Simply racist and objectionable

'This is not an issue of ethnic minorities learning to share but of white society learning to ...  
Australia's ongoing cultural cringe

Australia's inferiority complex is alive and well and needs to change before we lose our best and ...  
On turning forty

On Friday 20 May 2016, the Sydney Writers' Festival is holding a special tribute to Bob Ellis (see ...  
Liberal attacks on Medicare are anything but Christian

With so many vulnerable Australians relying on quality public health care, a government claiming ...  
CRAIG THOMSON: Goodbye Bob Ellis, my friend

A very moving tribute by former federal MP Craig Thomson for the man who was his unwavering friend ...  
Bill Shorten: Eulogy for Bob Ellis

Brilliant, touching and heartfelt tribute delivered by Opposition Leader Bill Shorten for esteemed ...  
The same ruined road: Why we’re better than the Peta Credlin rumours

The blame attributed to Peta Credlin for the downfall of former PM Tony Abbott is yet another sign ...  
Why should we be concerned by the destruction of Peter Slipper?

In a speech at the official launch of his new book last week (10/12/15), Ashbygate: The Plot to ...  
This is not a novel: The Ashbygate book and the back room man

Ashbygate author Ross Jones assures us in the introduction that 'this is not a novel' — yet this ...  
Telling in the Mountains: An Australian politics dream diary

Well before the spill, before even Tony Abbott's near death experience, Alfred P Zarb considered ...  
Peter Wicks: Throwing the book at Kathy Jackson

Peter Wicks from Wixxyleaks lifts the lid on the latest goings on in Jacksonville, as well as ...  
What Orwell can tell us about the Abbott Government

Although Abbott’s people smuggling and Bernardi’s halal fear-mongering appear vastly different ...  
REVIEW: The Rise and Fall of Gunns Ltd

Despite its title, The Rise and Fall of Gunns is about rather more than the rise and fall of ...  

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