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Articles tagged “today elsewhere”

Today, Elsewhere

‘The most serendipitous moment was the night I went outside of a nightclub to get some air and found a brochure for a regional writers’ festival stuck to my shoe.’ Vikki Wakefield, author of the 2013 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards-shortlisted Read more

Today, Elsewhere

‘Schott offers a bespoke encyclopaedia on topics from ancient philosophy to contemporary literature: it’s bitty in size, but meaty in thought.’ Bella Place reviews Schottenfreude: German Words for the Human Condition for Kill Your Darlings.

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‘Helen Trinca has written a remarkable book.’ Madeleine: A Life of Madeleine St John, reviewed.

Ron Burgundy’s Ficciones: on real books by fake authors.

The 10 types of writer’s block—and how to overcome them.

Today, Elsewhere

Raphaël Jerusalmy’s Saving Mozart is ‘an immensely powerful book told with economy and heart,’ says Bait for Bookworms. You can read a great interview with Raphaël here.

How do you put together a list of the best 100 books? Robert McCrum considers the question.

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Data collected by Sir Douglas Mawson and his team is ‘more important than ever’, says Professor Chris Turney, leader of one of Australia’s largest and most diverse Antarctic expeditions, which is due to set off this week.

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Ben Schott, author of Schottenfreude: German Words for the Human Condition, chats with Adam Spencer on 702 ABC and with Jonathan Green on Radio National’s Sunday Extra.

Whom or what are literary prizes for?

Guy Rundle bids farewell to the second-hand bookshop.

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Readings reviews our two November Classics: Gerald Murnane’s A Lifetime on Clouds and Elizabeth Harrower’s Down in the City.

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‘This latest issue of the Griffith Review confirms its position as Australia’s most stimulating literary journal.’ Griffith REVIEW 42: Once Upon a Time in Oz reviewed in the Sydney Morning Herald.

Today, Elsewhere

‘Though the techniques that McBride is employing have a lineage in modernist writing, their most significant innovators also Irish by birth, her efforts feel unusually fresh and inimitable.

Today, Elsewhere

‘Now reissued in the Text Classics series, A Lifetime on Clouds is still the quixotic oddity it was in 1976: truly one of the world’s most unusual yet endearing coming-of-age stories.


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