As the old adage goes, you should never judge a book by its cover. Which is exactly what I did when I picked up Dulcie Deamer’s autobiography off a small … Continue reading
Today is International Women’s Day and I’ve been inspired by Whispering Gums to think of texts by women which have inspired me. I’m busy today, running off to a Ballarat … Continue reading
I’m signing up for the Australian Women Writers Challenge 2012. I’m not too concerned about the challenge, because I love Australian Women Writers. I love that there is an undercurrent … Continue reading
This week some Melbourne residents have been up in arms with the prospect of losing their beloved MTR radio station. If you are one of these people, let’s look at … Continue reading
Last week Geraldine Brook’s new novel Caleb’s Crossing made it to number 1 on the Independent books top 10 list.* It was released on May 3. It’s fantastic that an … Continue reading
2010 was the 40th anniversary of Germaine Greer’s The Female Eunuch. I decided to use the occasion to re-read the book and write a post about my thoughts. That was … Continue reading
This is a quick post, and not something I’d usually write on, but something that really got my attention this week.
The latest of the Warner Brother’s Harry Potter films is out (for those of you under rocks). This year’s instalment is Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the last book … Continue reading