Publishing is not something you can do without research and hard work - and, irritatingly, it is getting in the way of writing. But for the moment at least, it seems the only way for me to go.
When Tommy Wieringa tried to argue that the boat people crossing the Mediterranean needed to be stopped boarding the boats the silence was deafening. I doubt if he will be attending another Sydney Writers Festival.
No composer has embraced that challenge as eagerly as Tan Dun, whose submission to the Olympic ceremony is a radically bathetic pop ballad entitled One World, One Dream.
Why do we feel like our bodies are already public property? And if we already feel this way in 'real' life, why not use our bodies and at least make some cash?
'You can't paint without connecting, especially not the way Myu paints and I think it is soul work. My hope is that he is connecting his soul to them.'
Frame of Mind projects the complexity of our emotions and the links our psyche has with other places, other times and other periods of our life.
Swan Lake is a retelling of the ill-fated Princess Diana love triangle in the House of Windsor.
What was Thierry-Maxine Loriot, curator, thinking? Perhaps it was in the context of ‘lipstick’ or ‘stiletto feminism’.
Abstracted to distraction, artists shouldn't complain when no one sees the point in their pieces. Their fault lies in them.
Elle Hunt argued that Triple J listeners are 'over-intellectualised, indie blowhards'. The proof of this claim the absence of Taylor Swift from the playlist.
I trust you will also record the role of Putin's FSB in bringing Ianukovich to power in 2010, in controlling his government thereafter, and in the events of 2013-14.
Aldi's patrons will look in vain for copies of Revolting Rhymes, which was nervously snatched from the shelves in August.