‘Literary couples are a plague,’ wrote Elsa Morante, married to Alberto Moravia. They’re one of the couples in this lively exploration of what happens when two writers share loves and lives.
In a three-month internship, UNSW Media and Communications student Claire Keenan developed valuable skills for her career.
The first UNSWriting event of 2018 features Ceridwen Dovey discussing her acclaimed new novel In the Garden of Fugitives.
A public talk by self-confessed ‘bad feminist’ Roxane Gay will be one of the highlights of UNSW-affiliated events at this year’s Sydney Writers' Festival.
Kerrie Davies' book A Wife's Heart places her own story alongside that of Henry Lawson's wife, writes Christopher Kremmer.
Author Shirley Hazzard taught readers to approach literature with an ear to poetry and reminded us of the endless and important labour of art, writes Brigitta Olubas.
In teaching us to approach literature with an ear to poetry, Shirley Hazzard reminds us of the endless and important labour of art, writes Brigitta Oubas.
Australia’s current debate on marriage equality reminds us that sex and love are volatile subjects in every culture. So imagine writing about them in a country like India, writes Christopher Kremmer.
Sonya Voumard’s book marking the 20th anniversary of the Port Arthur massacre is a story about stories: Who writes them, who owns them and what happens when the two get muddled, writes Christopher Kremmer.
Students are embracing opportunities to take part in competitions that improve their written communication skills, write Sue Starfield and Claire Aitchison.