Stan Grant talks with Louise Milligan on whether Australia will redress the past or sleepwalk into a new era of monarchy
Fates, Furies and Power Nuns. Novelist Lauren Groff talks with Kate Evans about her gleefully alchemical fiction.
Aarti Betigeria talks with Zeynab Gamieldien and Vidya Madabushi about stretching the possibilities of the campus novel.
Bluey creator Joe Brumm talks with Beejay Silcox about telling tales that appeal to all ages.
Alistair Ott talks with contributors to a ground-breaking collection of First Nations Australia LGBTQIA+ writing.
Brigitta Olubas talks with Frank Bongiorno about her new biography of the novelist Shirley Hazzard.
Beejay Silcox and Kate Evans talk with novelist Edwina Preston about Bad Art Mother.
Kaya Wilson talks with Eloise Grills and Kris Kneen about the cultural weight of the fat body.
Novelist Kate Mildenhall talks with Astid Edwards about one of the most anticipated Aussie novels of the year.
Debra Dank talks with contributors to First Nations Classics and changing the way we tell the story of Australian lit.
Memoirist Maggie MacKellar talks with Anna Vidot about her year on a Tasmanian sheep farm.
Kate Mildenhall talks with historical novelists Paul Dalgarno and Mirandi Riwoe about the alure of the 1940s.
Learn how to conduct, write and edit compelling interviews for print and online with journalist Paul Dalgarno.
Graphic memoirist Eloise Grills helps you create writing and art that draws from your life in unexpected ways.
Fred Smith lays out a basic songwriting toolkit and offers a crash course in how to write a song.
Join sports journalist Kieran Pender, fresh from covering the FIFA Women's World Cup, for this interactive
Novelist Kate Grenville talks with Nicole Abadee about her novel imagining the life of her grandmother.
Writer Debra Dank talks with Evelyn Araluen about her tribute to family and the Gudanji Country.
Alice Grundy talks with Zoe Coyle and Sarah Smith about two dark and delicious new novels of women provoked.
Om Dhungel talks with Fran Kelly about his journey from a village in Bhutan to being a refugee advocate in Australia.
Genevieve Jacobs talks with Deirdre Macken and Rachael Mogan McIntosh about swapping city life for the farm.
Ebony Bennett talks with novelists Tara Calaby and Marija Peričić about institutional control and the limits of desire.
Novelist Robbie Arnott talks with Astrid Edwards about his love for the natural world and bringing it to life in fiction
Monica Dux talks with Steph Lentz and Brendan Watkins about two true stories involving faith, love and family
Genevieve Jacobs talks with novelists Kirtsy Jagger and Zoya Patel about family, memory and fraught returns.
Kaya Wilson talks with writer Dennis Glover and researcher Jono Lineen about a new novel set amid the Antarctic frost.
Emma Macdonald leads a conversation with three Canberra crime writers about their noirish novels.
Join a stellar line-up of speakers as they divulge their personal epiphanies – from the profound to the profoundly funny
Dr Kirstin Ferguson conducts her acclaimed leadership masterclass, helping you be an effective leader.
Novelist Mirandi Riwoe reveals how research can enhance your writing practice and historical fiction.
Kim Northwood helps make your financial decision-making clearer.
Join Zoe Coyle for a captivating workshop that delves into the heart of creativity.