In broad and detailed strokes, Sam Neill paints a rich personal life, a successful professional career, and a very different Australian film industry to the one we have today.
The beautiful absurdity of writers’ festivals.
James Bradley on the power of speculation in storytelling, for our Sydney Writers' Festival coverage.
Contemplating the value of storytelling in the face of the climate catastrophe.
Evelyn Araluen discusses her first book of poetry, Dropbear, prior to her appearance at the Sydney Writers’ Festival.
An interview with Alicia Jasinska in the lead-up to her Sydney Writers’ Festival appearance.
This is Ishiguro's first publication since winning the Nobel Prize, in the lead up to Sydney Writers' Festival.
Battered and bruised, the pursuit for truth nonetheless lives on in modern day journalism.
Politics is at the heart of this discussion on truth and lies in our society
We sit down with Pulitzer Prize winning novelist and writer