Your gratuitously happy song for the day by Shirley Ellis.
Mettro Arts on Edward St in Brisbane is running an incredible play at the moment called ‘Eve’. It’s about the final years of loneliness and mental illness of Australian/NZ writer … Continue reading
I was surfing the web for an awesome Finnish name to use in a short story, and came across Anja Niemi’s photography site. It’s some seriously powerful photography which depicts women … Continue reading
The Boston Globe recently posted an article ‘Are we Asking the Right Questions?‘, about the importance of questioning, and doing it well. Here’s a little excerpt, I highly recommend reading the … Continue reading
George Megalogenis over at the Australian has challenged us to stop whinging about our parliament and take a glass half full kind of approach. He’s challenging his readers to come … Continue reading
Bees and honey are the perfect example of why I find food politics so fascinating. This is a story that encompasses globalisation, genetics, agricultural monopolies and monocultures, disease, food, the … Continue reading