Items tagged “Literature”
Breakfasters 3 - 7 February 2020
The team explore their thoughts around coloured $2 coins; Professor Tim Entiwsle, Director and Chief Executive at Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, talks about the future conservation of the Botanic Gardens in the face…
The Mission - 12 November 2019
Host Daniel James, discusses the Royal Commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody and the police shooting death of a young Warlpiri man. Then Daniel interviews author Tara June Winch.
The Mission - 24 December 2019
Daniel shares a short section of his interview with Dark Emu author Bruce Pascoe from earlier this year and then, deliveres a live reading of his essay 10 more days.
The Mission - 17 December 2019
Goa-Gunggari-Wakka Wakka Murri woman Leah Purcell is a writer, director and actor. She sits down for an in-depth discussion with Daniel James about her new novel, The Drover’s Wife.
The Mission - 3 December 2019
The Saturday Paper journalist Rick Morton explains how it only took two days of research to learn that none of Andrew Bolt's claims about Bruce Pascoe’s Dark Emu were borne out by the…
The Mission: Leah Purcell Discusses Reimagining and Rewriting Henry Lawson
Goa-Gunggari-Wakka Wakka Murri woman Leah Purcell is a writer, director, actor and novelist who reimagined Henry Lawson’s classic short story The Drover’s Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson as a play in 2016…
The Grapevine: Stories on Place from People Who Have Experienced Homelessness
A few years ago, former Big Issue editor Meg Mundell hosted writing workshops for people who have experienced homelessness. These workshops provided people who have couch-surfed, slept rough or in refuges with the…
The Mission - 24 September 2019
Professor Marcia Langton talks about the youth edition of her book Welcome to Country; then, Amos Roach gives us the details on his Melbourne Fringe Festival show Neon Corroboree.
The MIssion - 17 September 2019
Daniel interviews Tyson Yunkaporta about his book Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save The World.