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In Conversation with Grace Tame  

The Ninth Life of a Diamond Miner details a life where, at every turn, there is failure of institutions — a school that ignored ongoing reports of a teacher’s misconduct, a media landscape that values clicks more than truth, a legal system that doesn’t fully recognise the severity and long-term impacts of grooming on survivors, and indeed the Australian government itself, who threw Tame into the national spotlight with minimal support.

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In Conversation with Peter Frankopan

"In the modern era, many people have come up with hare-brained ideas about how to change the world around us, and more recently, to 'settle’ new planets. I don’t know if that’s viable. But I think it’s the stuff of science fiction, rather than reality."